Joplin Health Department food inspections (January 17) | Local News

The Joplin Globe publishes summaries of routine and follow-up inspections performed by the Joplin Health Department. Companies that are inspected pass or fail depending on the violations found at the time of the inspection. These violations fall into two categories:

• Priority violations are more serious and relate to improper handling, storage and preparation of food. The Globe lists the number and summary of each violation.

• Basic violations are less serious and relate to equipment, maintenance and general cleanliness. The Globe only publishes the number.

A failed inspection can lead to various corrections depending on the types of violations found. Full copies of each report are available from the Joplin Health Department.

RollerCity, 2800 E. 24th St. Concessions. Routine inspection carried out on December 17. Results: PASS with 0 priority and 0 main violation.

beast and barrel, 530 S. Main St. Full service restaurant. Follow-up inspection carried out on January 5. Results: PASS with 0 priority offense and 1 main offense.

Farm Bakery, 910 E. Fourth St. Retail food. Routine inspection carried out on January 5. Results: PASS with 0 priority and 0 main violation.

Simon’s simple pizza, 1522 Broadway Ave. Full service restaurant. Follow-up inspection carried out on January 5. Results: PASS with 0 priority and 0 main violation.

Adapted foods, 1520 S. Main St. Fast food restaurant. Follow-up inspection carried out on January 7. Results: PASS with 0 priority and 3 main infractions.

Williams Event Co., 102 S. Joplin Ave. Events Center. Routine inspection carried out on January 10. Results: PASS with 0 priority and 0 main violation.

the Vaquero, 2412 S. Main St. Full service restaurant. Routine inspection carried out on January 11. Results: FAILED with 2 priority violations and 7 primary violations.

• Diced tomatoes, raw chicken, pork, beef and seafood in the grill drawers are kept above 41 degrees.

• Mouse droppings located on the floor, along the walls in the dry storage area and in an unused server station.

Metro no. 10 669, 1501 W. Seventh St. Fast food restaurant. Routine inspection carried out on January 11. Results: PASS with 0 priority and 0 main violation.

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