The Jefferson County Health Department conducts quarterly inspections of all food establishments or locations that handle food in the county. Health inspections become a public record 10 days after the inspection takes place.

The documents highlight critical, noncritical and repeat violations during each inspection or follow-up. Critical violations are listed. All records are supplied by the Jefferson County Health Department, which can be reached at (812) 273-1942.

February 12

Circle K – East Second Street: Two critical, (1. Several lunchables were discovered out of date on the rack that sits inside the door used for the entrance to the walk-in cooler. These food products need to be collected and discarded. 2. Two working spray bottles found hanging on the service sink without labels on them.), five non-critical.

Pizza Hut: Three non-critical.

February 13

Brittany’s Brick Oven Pizza: No violations.

Chelsea General Store: Three non-critical.

Holiday Inn Express: One non-critical.

Paradise Cove Catering: No violations.

February 14

Burger King: Two non-critical.

Shipley’s Tavern: No violations.

SN Marathon – Cragmont Street: Complaint — Complaint from customer states that the establishment is selling Little Debbie treats without labels on them. During the inspection the employee pulled all of the treats off the shelf and I explained that they could not be put back out if and when they have a common name label and a nutritional label on them.

February 15

Bert’s Quality Provisions-New Albany (Pre-Operative): No violations.

Summer Solstice Farms-Deputy: No violations.