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Natrona County health and food inspections (4/18/22–4/24/22)

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CASPER, Wyo. — The Casper-Natrona County Health Department (CNCHD) inspects restaurants, grocery stores, convenience stores, mobile food units, commissaries, and food vending operations. Every facility has an unannounced inspection at least twice a year.

According to the department, “There are three types of violations: priority, priority foundation and core.”

While the department of health is looking for deficiencies, the organization’s main goal is to educate businesses, helping them understand unsafe practices and ways to correct them.

According to Ruth Heald, the program manager for Environmental Health in Natrona County, “There is no sliding scale or a pass or failing of a health inspection.” She says that every violation is either fixed immediately or within 10 days, meaning that a violation does not make the business unsafe.

If a re-inspection is required, the issue might have been more severe or the facility required more time to fix it. They have ten days to fix the issue, and according to Heald most facilities can easily meet the requirement.

Any serious violations or notable quotes will be included in summary notes below, but the full report for each restaurant can be found at the department’s website, where they publish all of their current information.

April 18, 2022

Courtyard By Marriott Food Service
Violations:
7; 3 corrected during inspection
Re-inspection Required: No
Link to full report

From official report: “Items are being date-marked with a date that is one day too long.”


Petro Pub
Violations:
3
Re-inspection Required: No
Link to full report

From official report: “Menu does not have consumer advisory for raw items cooked to order.”


April 19, 2022

Guadalajara
Violations:
12; 2 corrected during inspection
Re-inspection Required: Yes
Link to full report

From the official report: “Food in the drawer unit under the grill was above 45°F.”


Maverik
Violations:
3; 1 corrected during inspection
Re-inspection Required: No
Link to full report

From official report: “Some outside doors are getting gaps where daylight can be seen.”


Woods Elementary School
Violations:
1; 1 corrected during inspection
Re-inspection Required: No
Link to full report

From official report: “Chlorine sanitizing solution used was not at an acceptable concentration: tested above 200 ppm at time of inspection.”


Wyoming Ale Works
Violations:
5; 1 corrected during inspection
Re-inspection Required: No
Link to full report

From official report: “Multiple items on cook line (tomatoes, batter, aioli) cold holding at improper temperatures.”


April 20, 2022

Banner Wyoming Medical Center
Violations:
0
Re-inspection Required: No
Link to full report


Banner Wyoming Medical Center
Violations:
3; 1 corrected during inspection
Re-inspection Required: Yes
Link to full report

From the official report: “The following equipment food-contact surfaces were observed soiled to sight and touch: inside the ice machines.”


Starbucks Coffee (North Center) 
Violations:
2
Re-inspection Required: No
Link to full report

From the official report: “Quaternary Ammonium sanitizing solution used was not at an acceptable concentration.”


Studio City Mesa
Violations:
3
Re-inspection Required: No
Link to full report

From the official report: “Unwrapped or uncovered food in the upstairs store area (sugar in cup on rack).”


Kelly Walsh High School
Violations:
0
Re-inspection Required: No
Link to full report


April 21, 2022

Staggers LLC
Violations:
8; 4 corrected during inspection
Re-inspection Required: No
Link to full report

From the official report: “Spatulas and other utensils are being stored in a cup with the handles down.”


April 22, 2022

Good To Go Store 
Violations:
1
Re-inspection Required: No
Link to full report

From the official report: “Records have missing dates, times, and/or temperatures.”


Johnny O’s (CY Discount Liquor)
Violations:
4, 1 corrected during inspection
Re-inspection Required: No
Link to full report

From the official report: “Food prepared in a private home is distributed or offered for sale to the public.”


Metro Coffee Company Roastery
Violations:
7; 4 corrected during inspection
Re-inspection Required: No
Link to full report

From the official report: “Scoops for portioning out beverage powders are sitting with their handles in the powder.”


Qdoba Mexican Grill
Violations:
5
Re-inspection Required: No
Link to full report

From the official report: “Walk-in cooler is too warm and does not close properly.”


Rialto Soda Fountain
Violations:
1
Re-inspection Required: No
Link to full report

From the official report: “Reach-in cooler in basement cold holding at improper temperatures.”


Ridley’s Family Market (Wyoming Boulevard) – Bakery
Violations:
3
Re-inspection Required: No
Link to full report

From the official report: “The following utensils were observed soiled to sight and touch: multiple knives around bakery.”


Ridley’s Family Market (Wyoming Boulevard) – Meat
Violations:
5
Re-inspection Required: No
Link to full report

From the official report: “When tested, no sanitizer or a low concentration of chemical sanitizer was found in the sanitize basin at the meat/seafood counter three-compartment sink.”


Taco Johns (F Street)
Violations:
3
Re-inspection Required: No
Link to full report

From the official report: “Prep unit on front line and super hot sauce holding bin at improper temperatures.”


Wonderful House Restaurant
Violations:
4
Re-inspection Required: No
Link to full report

From the official report: “Rice noted not being adequately cooled to prevent the growth of harmful bacteria.”


Hideaway Bar
Violations:
0
Re-inspection Required: No
Link to full report

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