THURSDAY UPDATE: The Department of Agriculture’s targeted inspection from Wednesday shut down many of Penn Dutch’s Hollywood area. “All regions of the facility used for meals production, consisting of kitchen, smokehouse, chill blaster, deli, deli slicing room, meat department, reducing room, bakery, cafe, seafood branch, cryovac room and walk-in cooler with the product below Stop Sale were positioned under Stop Use because of the presence of listeria … In merchandise sampled from the facility.” Listeria infects 1 six hundred Americans every yr and kills about 260, in keeping with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Listeria inflamed the processing facility for one of the neighborhood staples on our Gross Grocers list. The Florida Department of Agriculture inspections of supermarkets, grocery stores, food vendors, and meals garage facilities come from the Florida Department of Agriculture inspections. We don’t control who receives inspected or how strictly. We report without passion or prejudice, however, with a handbasket of humor.
Dollar Tree, 224 N. Third St., Lantana — Jarred Garlic from China had popped jar lids. They were given tossed. A larger hassle was the shortage of an approved water supply. And muddy, sticky flooring in restrooms.
Don Pan Kendall, 7702 N. Kendall Dr., South Miami-Dade — “Employees located establishing/closing doors, serving customers, touching hair and face, then not washing palms before running with meals.” And that makes no soap on the handwashing sink a good bigger problem.
“Ice machine found with mildew-like residue stains on the interior rim of ice chute.” … “Lunchmeat slicer found with old yellow/brown meals residue on the blade and round push device.” … “Mixer found with encrusted meals residue on the underside of tool attachment.”
Exxon, 1690 NW 87th Ave., Doral — “Soda device ice chute determined with black mildew-like stains across the interior.”
And all this become thrown out for being stored either now not warm sufficient or not cool sufficient: ham wrap, Kaiser ham wrap, ham wheat, turkey wrap, turkey sub, ham sub, turkey cheese, fowl salad, shredded beef roast, ham croquettes, spinach empanadas, beef-crammed potato balls, beef-crammed yucca, red meat empanadas, Venezuelan fowl empanadas, flan cup, bulk flan, and bulk bread pudding.
Fresco Y Mas, 18801 SW 117th Ave., Miami — Because of gadget cleanliness, unapproved food sources, and food protection temperature violations, the Stop Sales rained, and this Fresco needed to dump enough meals to feed Philadelphia.
(We’ll pass the grinders encrusted with yellow meals residue.)
“Bottled chimichurri obtained from an established order that doesn’t have a allow.” Tossed.
Whole red meat roasts that needed to be at one hundred sixty-five stages were at 122 tiers after hours of reheating. Tossed.
Beef soup, black beans, fish soup, chook soup, ajaico, red meat roast weren’t cooled to 41 degrees inside six hours of cooking. Trashed.
Basura. The deli’s warm vicinity had Papa rellena, red meat crammed cassava, cod, ham and chicken croquettes, red meat, spinach, hen and Colombian beef empanadas, ham, and cheese-filled bread and omelets. None of it saved warmed sufficiently.
Nobody knew how long the ham and chicken lunch meat in the deli region have been there and that they lacked dates. Garbage.
La Frontera, 1600 W. Canal St., Belle Glade — “Live roaches underneath both meat branch prep tables after the meat saw.” Dead roaches inside the video receiver next to the meat branch TV and in the backroom reach-in fridge. Inspector Syed Kaleem slapped a Stop Use on the device and “all food products underneath Stop Sale order due to stay roaches.”
La Guadalupana Ice Cream 2, 1417 S. State Rd. 7, Davie — No warm water within the restroom handwashing sink and no valid 2019 food allowance.
Penn Dutch, 3950 N. 28th Ter., Hollywood — You know how grimy water is when it leaks out of a ceiling? Well, Penn Dutch had this marinade working from above.
“Water dripping from the ceiling and blowing from lovers onto exposed turkey drums, turkey breast loaves, ham hocks, neck bones, pigtails, beef elements, chorizo, and moderate Georgia sausages in the walk-in blast chiller.”
That slapped Stop Sales on all 1,928 kilos of that meal from Inspector Anna Johnson. Almost one ton of no amusing.
The enterprise posted a declaration to its website Wednesday.
“During a latest inspection at our Hollywood store, a few issues have been brought to our attention. We voluntarily discontinued the income of all doubtlessly impacted products, and we are running with a crew of professionals to restore those problems as quickly as viable. We stand by our commitment to only sell products which can be secure.
“Until we’ve resolved all troubles, we’re centralizing the cutting/wrapping/pricing of our USDA meat and chicken merchandise in our Margate Store to supply each shop.”
Penn Dutch, 3201 N. State Rd. 7, Margate — “Positive listeria monocytogenes samples from the processing facility,” said a March 7 targeted inspection. So, 1,491 pounds of meat at this Penn Dutch location have been destroyed.
Papa Corn’s House, 15585 SW 177th Ave., South Miami-Dade — No handwash sink inside the front provider. The handwashing sink within the processing location becomes filled with cooking equipment—no paper towels at the handwashing sink next to the transportable restroom. But a dead roach on a meals prep desk.
The attain-in cold display unit became broken. And the proprietor of Papa Corn’s didn’t have data on who made tamales, peanut butter bars, red meat sandwiches, honey, hatching eggs. Stop Sales and trash for the entirety.
“Food established order has a transportable restroom instead of a hard and fast restroom inside constructing.”
And … “Heavy accumulation of rat droppings observed within unused ice gadget storage closet.”
Pro Team Nutrition, 16339 SW 88th St., South Miami-Dade — The chow region internal and LA Fitness has made a list.
“Cooked food prepared at owner’s home found for retail sale.” In the processing location, “black and orange mildew-like dust encrusted on an indoors ice-making element and housing of ice system.”
Why was the recent and bloodless water became off on the handwashing sink after the warewashing sink? And who knows while the turkey breast and honey ham have been opened? Nobody. That’s why they have become garbage.
Sedano’s, 3801 W. Flagler St., Miami — In the meat vicinity, “antique yellow meals residue in between the blades of the meat tenderizer and encrusted bloodstain inside the meals canal of the table pinnacle grinder.”
In the Food provider and seafood area, “black, mildew-lke stains around the interior rim to ice chute of each ice maker.” They tossed out the ice.
6 to 12 Supermarket, 324 SW 12th Ave, Miami — “Paintbrush used to gather espresso at the coffee maker.” “Stagnant water on the floor by employee lavatory room.” “Old dry product residue on tenderizer slicer, band saw machines.”
Stop & Go, Market, 12882 SW 87th Ave., South Miami-Dade — We’ve by no means visible a 3-compartment sink, in which cookware is washed and sanitized, get hit with a Stop Use. However, this one did because it became “excessively grimy with a heavy accumulation of sand, dust, mold, vintage dirt, and trash.” This is why the slicer, sandwich press, hot case, and hot dog gadget were “in an unsanitary condition, no longer properly wiped clean and cleaned.”
The backroom walk-in coolers were dirty with a buildup of mildew and old dry spillage.
Stop & Shop, 37071 Main St., Canal Point — This vicinity failed inspection on Feb. 11, too. “Rodent droppings found on floor in-between ice show freezer and wall” and “in the back of bags of single-use cups interior cabinet, below “Frazil” Slurpee gadget.” Inspector Christian Acosta dropped a Stop Use order on the Slurpee gadget.