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WNB Factory in Canton receives a 76% on their recent health inspection

WNB Factory, located at 6175 Hickory Flat Highway Suite 138 in Canton, received a score of 76 points out of a possible 100 points during their 11/04/2022 inspection by the Georgia Department of Public Health.

The violations noted by the inspector were:

Violation #1
1-2B – certified food protection manager
Points: 4
Corrected during inspection?: No
Repeat: No
Inspector Notes: There is not a CFSM assigned/designated for this location. Jina Kim was the CFSM at the time of the initial inspection, however, she does not work at this facility, she is at the corporate office in Atlanta. Ilok Sung, a manager from a WNB facility located in Cobb County, has provided proof of a valid ServSafe Manager for Food Safety certificate as viewed on his phone, however, he is the CFSM at the Cobb location. Mr. Sung said that there is a current employee at this location that will go through the training and testing to become a CFSM for this location. Corrective action: At least one employee that has supervisory and management responsibility and the authority to direct and control food preparation and service shall be a certified food safety manager who has shown proficiency of required information through passing a test that is part of an accredited program that conforms to the national standards for organizations that certify individuals. Certified Food Safety Managers must be designated to ONE FOOD ESTABLISHMENT ONLY and maintain and renew certification in accordance with the requirements of the examination taken.
Violation #2
2-2A – management knowledge, responsibilities, reporting
Points: 4
Corrected during inspection?: Yes
Repeat: Yes
Inspector Notes: At the time of the inspection, there was only one signed DPH Conditional Food Employee or Food Employee Reporting Agreement form. There were no signed agreement forms filled out for the three employees working at the time of the inspection. Corrected on site: PIC reviewed the employee health policy reporting agreement form with the employees present at the time of the inspection followed by having each employees sign the agreement.
Violation #3
10D – food properly labeled; original container
Points: 3
Corrected during inspection?: No
Repeat: No
Inspector Notes: In the main kitchen, at the end of the cook line, observed several unmarked containers of different varieties of seasoning salt stored in containers that were not the original containers. On the front counter, there was an unmarked shaker of red-colored seasoning salt. Corrective action: Label containers with the identification of contents. Certain foods may be difficult to identify after they are removed from their original packaging.
Violation #4
12C – wiping cloths: properly used and stored
Points: 3
Corrected during inspection?: No
Repeat: Yes
Inspector Notes: At the time of the inspection, there were multiple wiping cloths on the prep tables, on the food prep line, and on the front counter that were not stored in sanitizing solution when not in use. Corrective action: Any wiping cloths that are not dry (except those used once and then laundered) must be stored in a sanitizer solution of adequate concentration between uses.
Violation #5
13A – posted: permit/inspection/choking poster/handwashing
Points: 1
Corrected during inspection?: No
Repeat: Yes
Inspector Notes: At the time of the inspection, the most current inspection from 10/26/2022, score 47, was not posted in the facility. Corrective action: The most current inspection report shall be prominently displayed in public view at all times, within fifteen (15) feet of the front or primary public door and between five (5) feet and seven (7) feet from the floor and in an area where it can be read at a distance of one (1) foot away. Post the inspection from today, 11/4/2022 score 76, in public view.
Violation #6
14A – in-use utensils: properly stored
Points: 1
Corrected during inspection?: No
Repeat: No
Inspector Notes: Observed small plastic cups without handles stored inside larger containers of seasoning salt in the kitchen area. Corrective Action: During pauses in food preparation or dispensing, food preparation and dispensing utensils shall be stored with their handles above the top of the food within containers or equipment that can be closed, such as bins of sugar, flour, or cinnamon.
Violation #7
15A – food and nonfood-contact surfaces cleanable, properly designed, constructed, and used
Points: 1
Corrected during inspection?: No
Repeat: Yes
Inspector Notes: Observed excessive amount of ice buildup the walk-in freezer, on the floor, around the motor/fan area, and on the door. The walk-in freezer door does not completely self-close, it must be pushed closed. Corrective action: Repair walk-in freezer. Proper maintenance of equipment to manufacturer specifications helps ensure that it will continue to operate as designed. Failure to properly maintain the freezer may result in the unit to stop operating and it will no longer be capable of properly holding time/temperature control for safety foods at safe temperatures.
Violation #8
17A – toilet facilities: properly constructed, supplied, cleaned
Points: 1
Corrected during inspection?: No
Repeat: Yes
Inspector Notes: The self-closure on the men’s and the bathroom door is not working. Trash cans in both the men’s and women’s bathrooms are missing the lids. Corrective action: Repair/replace self-closure on men’s bathroom door. Replace lids on trashcans in the bathrooms.
Remarks
Quat ~ 300 ppm at the 3-compartment sink and sani-buckets.

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