Star: Kansas Department of Agriculture lists restaurant violations

The Star:

The Kansas Department of Agriculture recently cited several area restaurants for four or more critical health-code violations. Most critical violations are corrected on-site at the time of the inspection.

Among the actions:
Arby’s, 22410 W. 66th St., Shawnee, was cited during a May 14 inspection. Critical violations included dried food debris on utensils, and salami that wasn’t date-marked.

“Food safety and handling is our number one priority at Arby’s,” said Kim Thompson, spokeswoman for the chain. “Three of the five violations given on May 14 were corrected on-site and the other two were addressed immediately. Since May 14 we have had one follow-up inspection, and zero critical violations were found.”

Bash Riprocks, 16521 W. 159th Terrace, Olathe, was cited after an April 30 inspection. Critical violations included a container with several moldy strawberries, a box of moldy red peppers and no date mark on tuna salad, cooked ribs and hard-boiled eggs.

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