Food safety violations found at 17 businesses

October 30, 1994

The county Department of Health routinely inspects food service establishments to evaluate nine critical food safety items and to monitor sanitary and physical conditions.

The critical food safety items are those most likely to contribute to illness from food. Violation of any of the nine items requires immediate correction or the closing of the establishment.

Department inspectors were at 120 establishments during the period from Oct. 3 to Oct. 14. Seventeen businesses had critical food safety violations, but all of the violations were corrected. No establishments were shut down.

High's, 827 Mayo Road, Edgewater, adulterated or spoiled food.

Perry's Grill and Spirits, 1210 Annapolis Road, Odenton, improper food temperatures.

Terry's Place, 5725 Ritchie Highway, Brooklyn Park, improper food temperatures, re-inspection required.

7-Eleven, 951 Ritchie Highway, Arnold, improper food temperatures.

Imperial Restaurant, 50 Mountain Road, Glen Burnie, improper food temperatures.

Mars Glen Burnie, 6722 Ritchie Highway, Glen Burnie, improper food temperatures.

Steamboat Landing, 4851 Riverside Drive, Galesville, improper food temperatures.

No. 1 Chinese Restaurant, 480-D Ritchie Highway, Severna Park, cross-contamination of ready-to-eat food, re-inspection required.

Woodland Job Corps Center, 3300 Fort Meade Road, Laurel, improper food temperatures.

BJ's Pizzaria, 695 Old Mill Plaza, Millersville, improper food temperatures.

Soup Kettle at Laurel Race Track, Route 198, Laurel, improper food temperatures.

Sports Palace at Laurel Race Track, Route 198, Laurel, improper food temperatures.

Randazzo Softball Park, Upton Road, Severn, improper food temperatures, re-inspection required.

Manchu Wok, 7900 Ritchie Highway, Glen Burnie, improper food temperatures.

Papazee's, 257 West St., Annapolis, improper food temperatures.

Sbarro's, 7900 Ritchie Highway, improper food temperatures.

Harry Browne's, 66 State Circle, Annapolis, improper food temperatures.

Additional information about the county food control program may be obtained by calling 222-7239.

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