Health inspectors cite businesses for violations in handling food

January 28, 1996

County health inspectors visited 66 restaurants and food handling establishments from Jan. 1 to Jan. 15 to evaluate them on nine standards dealing with safety and physical facilities.

One Glen Burnie establishment, Chuck E. Cheese in the 6600 block of Ritchie Highway, was closed temporarily Jan. 2 because it had a sewage backup inside and outside.

Nine facilities were cited for violations that required immediate correction:

* Crofton Convalescent Center, Davidsonville Road, Crofton. Food not kept at proper temperature.

* Han's Hunan, 1600 block of Crofton Center, Crofton. Food not kept at proper temperature. Reinspection required.

* Bertucci's Brick Oven Pizzaria, 2200 block of Forest Drive, Annapolis. Food not kept at proper temperature.

* Big Easy Cajun, Annapolis Mall Food Court, Annapolis. Food not kept at proper temperature.

* Kentucky Fried Chicken, 5700 block of Ritchie Highway, Brooklyn Park. Food not kept at proper temperature. Reinspection required.

* Domino's Pizza, 8300 block of Route 3 South, Millersville. Sewage system not functioning properly.

* Southway Subway Inc., 300 block of Hospital Drive, Glen Burnie. Food not kept at proper temperature. Reinspection required.

* Vizzini's Pizza and Subs, 7700 block of Baltimore-Annapolis Blvd., Glen Burnie. Food not kept at proper temperature.

* 7-Eleven, 400 block of Jumpers Hole Road, Severna Park. Food not adequately cooked or reheated. Food not kept at proper temperature.

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