The salad bar was one of the food services areas that didn’t pass the initial inspection. Food Services planned to make improvements prior to the final inspection on Dec. 5 and passed.

Crossroads and Freshens incurred “critical” violations


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In order to address the issues at hand, Food Services hired a student employee for the five days leading to the second inspection whose sole job is to take temperatures during the day.

As a part of its regular process, Food Services checks temperatures daily with regularly calibrated thermometers at each food station, at the end of the dishwasher cycle and in all 47 of the refrigerators at the Crossroads.

The salad bar in the Crossroads, Huchendorf said, is one area where temperature is more difficult to control because of the delicate nature of the lettuce and how easily it freezes.

“With the salad bar, we’re considering switching to metal containers instead of plastic. It’s not as attractive, but we want to make any changes that are necessary,” Huchendorf said.

Inspectors come three to four times a year.

Food Services also has a third-party auditor that does surprise inspections.

Although Food Services has never failed an inspection, according to Eastern Idaho Public Health District’s online records, this is not the first time it has been cited.

On both Jan. 14, 2011 and Nov. 30, 2011 the Crossroads was reported to have two critical violations, which were corrected on site.

Freshens was reported to have one critical violation during its Jan. 21 2011 and Nov. 30, 2011 inspections, also corrected on site.

UPDATE: According to a food establishment inspection report by the Eastern Idaho Public Health District, the Crossroads passed their follow- inspection.



'Crossroads and Freshens incurred “critical” violations' has 1 comment

  1. January 17, 2013 @ 7:17 pm linneaholbrook

    I think it’s nice that the food services stepped it up and solved their problem.

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