Well being Inspector Cites Native McDonald’s For Bugs, Rubbish

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McDonald’s on Military Trail near Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach.

McDonald’s on the Military Trail near Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach received several “high priority” violations in a recent inspection.

FROM: EMPLOYEE REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com

DELRAY BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) – A Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation inspector was not thrilled with what he or she did at McDonald’s on 14529 Military Trail in Delray Beach during a Inspection June 15th.

The fast food restaurant received three “high priority violations” and three “basic violations” during the visit. The violations were clarified during a follow-up inspection the next day.

During the investigation, insects were found in the kitchen and insects in the seating area, and “raw pet food was stored over ready-to-eat food”.

This is the official report:

High priority – live, small flying insects in the kitchen, in the food preparation area, in the food storage area and / or in the bar area. Observed 1 small flying insect that landed on the mop handle on the mop sink next to the triple sink. Observed 1 live small flying insect that landed on the wall at the prep table. Observed 2 live small flying insects in the kitchen area that do not land. Observed 1 live small flying insect in the laundry room ending up on trash in bags. Observed 2 live small flying insects that landed at an unused fountain in the dining room ** Warning **

High priority – the presence of insects. Observed 5 live small flying insects in the dining room that landed on tables, chairs, and windows. Observed about 100 live small flying insects in a cardboard dumpster that was outside of landing and while flying. Observed approximately 75 live small insects in dumpster housings outside of landing and flying. **Warning**

High priority – Raw pet food that is stored over ready-to-eat food. Raw bacon that is stored over a boiled egg and burrito mix in the walk-in cooler. Operator reorganized. Raw eggs that are stored above are ready for the shake mix in the Walk in Cooler. Operator reorganized ** Corrected on site ** ** Warning **

Simple – Trash is not kept in a bin until picked up to make the trash inaccessible to insects and rodents Observed large accumulation of garbage in bags outside the dumpster. **Warning**

Basic – employees who do not have to wear hair when preparing meals. **Warning**

Basic – dumpster overcrowded. **Warning**

The problems were fixed during a visit the next day, according to DBPR. Insects continue to be a problem for food operations in Western Palm Beach County this year.

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