Food Inspections

Food Establishments With Violations:RedBlueTotal

Burgerville, Centralia 5/0/5

Many food-worker cards were either expired or unavailable. Please correct within one week. (5 Red)

Produce sanitizing solution is a bit weaker that the required minimum. Please ensure produce is washed/rinsed well in running water, not bucket, until corrected. 

Inspected June 19.

Cowlitz Food and Fuel, Toledo 505

Food temps were too warm in the one refrigerator with sandwiches and other potentially hazardous foods. Please adjust or repair. (5-Red)

Inspected June 17.

Peking House, Centralia 45/0/45

A cup was in the hand wash sink which is not allowed. The hand-wash sink must be kept clear and accessible at all times. This was corrected. This is a repeat violation. (10 Red)

A pan with approximately 20 whole pieces of barbecue pork was cooling in a deep pan (about 6 inches in depth), covered with plastic wrap. Pork was initially observed on the kitchen counter and was then placed into the walk-in. Pork pieces were ultimately transferred to two 2-inch pans to cool uncovered. Neither of the food workers knew uncovered cooling requirements. This is a repeat violation and a violation of the previously required operational plan. (25 Red)

Establishment is not in compliance with the operational plan. (10 Red)

Due to the number of high-risk violations and repeat violations, a meeting between the establishment owners and Lewis County Public Health management is required. 

In addition, a reinspection is required along with the following fees: $110 reinspection fee, $250 for third hand-wash sink violation, $250 for third cooling violation in two years for a total fee of $610 due in 10 days. 

Discussed permit suspension for fourth violations of hand-wash sink or cooling.

Inspected June 20.

The Hub Bar & Grill, Centralia, 15/0/15

Two food workers did not have valid food worker cards available. This is a repeat violation. (5 Red)

Cook needs a better working knowledge of cooking temperature. 

Potentially hazardous foods were cold holding between 47.6 degrees to 51.4 degrees F. (10 Red)

Inspected June 19

First Street Market, Centralia 10/7/17

There is no soap or paper towels in the bathroom for hand washing. Please correct immediately and keep fully stocked. (10 Red)

There is evidence of rodent activity and person in charge confirmed. Please keep door closed or provide a screen and have a pest control company here addressing rodent presence by next Monday. (5 Blue)

The entire establishment is very dirty and must be cleaned and sanitized by next Monday. Particle-board flooring is worn and rotting throughout the store. (2 Blue)

Inspected June 28

 

Food Establishments With Perfect Scores:

River Food Mart, Toledo, June 17

Blanton’s Market, Packwood, June 18

Airport Depot, Chehalis, June 19

Dawn’s Delectables, Centralia, June 19

Pioneer Tavern, Mossyrock, June 19

Tienda Restaurante Mexicana, Mossyrock, June 19

Cedar Village IGA, Winlock, June 20

Crooked Oar, Mossyrock, June 20

Donna’s Bar and Grill, Toledo, June 20

Exit 59 Subway, Toledo, June 20

Rowdy Rooster Bistro, Winlock, June 20

Stir Krazy Coffee, Chehalis, June 20

Toledo IGA, Toledo, June 20

Pe Ell Pub, Pe Ell, June 21

Coffee Depot, Chehalis, June 24

Dutch Bros. Coffee, Centralia, June 24

Morton Country Market, Morton, June 24

Morton Quicky Mart Shell, Morton, June 24

Tall Timber Annex, Randle, June 24

Tall Timber Restaurant, Randle, June 24

Rush Road Shell, Napavine, June 25

McDonald’s, Napavine, June 25

Subway, Napavine, June 25

Taqueria Lolita, Chehalis, June 26

Country Cousin Restaurant, Centralia, June 26

Hillcrest Food Mart, Chehalis, June 26

Judy’s Country Kitchen, Centralia, June 26

Baskin-Robbins, Centralia, June 28

Centralia Chevron, Centralia, June 28

Cliff Droppers, Packwood, June 28

El Cocinero, Centralia, June 28

Walgreens, Chehalis, June 28

 

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Editor’s note: These figures are derived from inspections conducted by the Lewis County Public Health Department’s Food Safety Program.

Red violations are those most likely to cause foodborne illness and must be corrected at the time of inspection. Blue violations relate to overall cleanliness and operational conditions and must be corrected by established deadlines or by the next routine inspection.

Any establishment receiving 40 red points or any red point item repeated within an 18 month period is considered a high risk and must be reinspected. An establishment that receives 75 red points or 100 total points (red and blue) on a routine inspection or 40 red points on a repeat inspection will have their food establishment permit suspended.

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