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Phillips 66 on State in KC fumbles inspection; mouse droppings, 30 live ants eating a piece of food debris on floor next to serving counter

Phillips 66 on State in KC fumbles inspection; mouse droppings, 30 live ants eating a piece of food debris on floor next to serving counter

By: Robert Dewey | robert.dewey@kansasrestaurantinspections.com

Kansas City, KS

Phillips 66 Quick Mart on State

2859 STATE AVE
KANSAS CITY, KS 66102
913-730-8755

Kansas Department of Agriculture’s (KDA) food safety and lodging program conducted a Follow-up retail food inspection on 3/19/2020. As a result of that inspection, and due to the severity of the specific violations Phillips 66 Quick Mart on State was cited as being, “Out of Compliance” with Kansas food safety regulations. During this inspection a total of 6 violations were found. The follow-up inspection was required because of an “Out of Compliance” inspection on February 27, 2020.  (see story below for earlier inspection)

The inspector made the following comments in support of the violations found during the inspection:

  • In coolers under make table, container of raw steak held above raw ready to eat garlic. No leakage evident, COS, PIC rearranged.
  • In top of make table, raw pork bacon on top of and touching cooked ready-to-eat hamburger buns, and cooked ready-to-eat sausage. No leakage evident. COS, PIC rearranged and removed bacon. In walk-in-cooler, raw ground beef on speed rack next to and in contact with cooked ready to eat sausage. No leakage evident. COS, PIC rearranged. In walk-in-cooler, raw chicken breast on speed rack held above ready to eat cheese slices and cooked ready to eat pork rinds. No leakage evident.
  • In the walk-in-cooler, ambient temperature held at 51F.* Internal temperature of potentially hazardous foods stored in walk-in-cooler is as follows: Breaded chicken breast patties: 50F Chicken wings 51F Raw in-shell eggs 50F Raw chicken breast tenders 55F Sliced cheeses 50F Log of ground beef 50F Cooked sausage 48-49F All products had been held in walk-in cooler greater than 24 hours. COS, PIC voluntary discarded all potentially hazardous food and will no longer use it for storage of potentially hazardous food until unit is fixed and holding products below 41F. Both condensers in walk-in-cooler are iced over.
  • 30 live ants eating a piece of food debris on floor next to serving counter. COS, PIC wiped up and threw away. 3 fresh mouse droppings found in back pantry area on top of furnace. Last pest control treatment of 3/2. [repeat]
  • In storage cabinet under soda fountain, bottle of Hot Shot Flying Insect Killer (EPA Reg No. 9688-326-8845, EPA Est 9688 MO-1) for use in facility. Marked for residential use only. COS, PIC disposed of, educated. [repeat]
  • Bottles of fragrance oil stored above freezer in which ice cream is held. No leakage evident. COS, PIC rearranged.

* The temperature danger zone is food temperatures between 41 and 135 degrees Fahrenheit and the most rapid bacteria growth occurs between 70 and 125 degrees Fahrenheit. The longer food sits in this temperature range, the greater the risk that bacteria will begin to grow on food.

 

Phillips 66 Quick Shop in Kansas City slapped with 10 violations; lively juvenile roach on kitchen counter, 15 fresh mouse droppings under soda fountain

Abbreviations used by inspectors:

AVB- An Atmospheric Vacuum Breaker (AVB) is a backflow prevention device used in plumbing to prevent backflow of non-potable liquids into the drinking water system
BOH- Back of the House
CFSM- Certified Food Safety Manager
COS- Corrected on-site during inspection
FCS- Food contact surface
PIC- Person-in-charge
PHF- Potentially Hazardous Foods
RIC- Reach in cooler
RTE- Ready to Eat
WIC- Walk-in cooler