Facility was found to be operating in substantial compliance, especially in regards to the control of risk factors. Food service personnel were found to be aware of and practicing sound food safety principles as outlined in NJAC 8:24-et al.
CONDITIONALLY SATISFACTORY RATING:
Facility was found not to be operating in substantial compliance, especially in regards to risk factors. Food service personnel were not practicing sound food safety principles. These violations were significant and/or repetitive. Risk factors include any of the following: poor personal hygiene, improper holding temperatures of potentially hazardous foods, unclean food contact surfaces, improper cooking temperatures of raw animal foods, and/or unsafe food sources. A Risk Class 3 facility could receive a Conditionally Satisfactory rating if they failed to provide a person in charge with a nationally recognized food safety certificate. A facility could also receive this rating for significant good retail practice violations such as pest infestations or repetition of improper cooling methods.
The facility was found to be operating in such conditions that it was not safe to leave the facility open. The reasons for this type of rating could be from lack of power or functioning sewerage system, significant infestation of pests; lack of hot water or adequate refrigeration in the entire building, extreme lack of cleanliness, etc.
Registered Environmental Health Specialists perform inspections of over 450 food service establishments within the City of Vineland. These inspections protect the public's health by assuring that foods sold and served in Vineland are as safe as they can be and that food service establishments comply with state laws and regulations.
The inspection reports are public record. These reports can be viewed at the Health Department or upon request at each facility. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at 856-794-4131.
Data on this site indicates the dates of inspection since 2014 for the same ownership, the rating that was issued by the Health Department Inspector, and the number of risk factor items out of compliance at the time of inspection. (For specific details on the violations, please ask to see the report.)
The Vineland Health Department conducts various types of inspections, but only routine initial and re-inspection results are noted in the chart. The chart will be updated weekly.
Risk factors are based on the 5 top reasons that foodborne illness occurs in this country, according to the CDC. They are:
• poor personal hygiene
• improper holding temperatures (cold or hot holding & cooling quickly enough)
• inadequate cooking temperatures
• unclean food contact surfaces
• Unsafe sources
Routine initial inspections: are unannounced inspections that are conducted during operating hours once or twice a year, depending on “risk type”.
Re-inspections: are conducted when a facility receives less than a “Satisfactory” rating. (See rating types and explanations below.) The facility is given a certain amount of time to correct the identified problems. Thus, a re-inspection is not a total surprise. The time given to correct will vary and be based on the violations.