Sushi Spot - Trailer

Trailer
1552 City CTR, McKinleyville

Routine Inspection

ROACHY SAYS:

“Take a victory lap, Sushi Spot - Trailer! In the race that is maintaining a clean and healthy establishment you've earned Roachy's gold medal! Eat here today, everyone!!”

Routine Inspection
20. Consumer advisory provided for raw or undercooked foods.

Conditions Observed: MFF offers poke yet lacks a conforming consumer advisory. Post a compliant consumer advisory.

ROACHY SAYS:

“If a food of animal origin is served raw, undercooked, or without otherwise being processed to eliminate pathogens, either in ready-to-eat form or as an ingredient in another ready-to-eat food, the permitholder shall inform consumers of the significantly increased risk of consuming those foods by way of a disclosure pursuant to subdivision (b) of 114093 and reminder pursuant to subdivision (c) of 114093, using brochures, deli case or menu advisories, label statements, table tents, placards, or other effective written means. (114012, 114093)”

64. Identification of owner.

Conditions Observed: No owner identification posted on the exeterior of the mobile. Post the following on the customer side of the trailer, using a contrasting color and lettering that is at least 3 inches high: business name or name of operator, city, state, and zipcode, and name of the permit holder if different from the name of the food facility.

ROACHY SAYS:

“MFFs shall have the business name or name of the operator (min. 3 in. height), city, state, zip and name of permittee if different from the business name (min. 1 inch height) on customer side, in contrasting color with vehicle exterior to enable the consumer to identify and locate the business. Motorized MFFs and MSUs shall have this identification on both sides. (114299)”

79. Mobile water and waste water tanks installed.

Conditions Observed: Observed potable water hose in a black bucket outside the trailer. Store hose in a sanitary manner as discussed during the inspection (hose threaded together and in a lidded, clean container on the truck). Observed grey staining on interior of potable water inlet - keep potable water inlet clean.

ROACHY SAYS:

“MFFs that handle nonprepackaged food shall be equipped with approved potable water and wastewater tanks, unless approved temporary water and wastewater connections are provided. An approved potable water hose used for conveying potable water from a water tank shall be safe, durable, corrosion resistant, nonabsorbent, protected from contamination at all times, and clearly and durably identified as to its use. A potable water tank shall have sufficient capacity (at least 5 gallons exclusively for handwashing, 25 gallons for food preparation and warewashing) and shall deliver at least 1 gallon/minute to each sink basin. A wastewater tank shall be of a capacity commensurate with the level of food handling activity, have a minimum capacity that is 50 percent greater than the potable water tank, and be equipped with a shut-off valve. Wastewater tanks shall be thoroughly flushed and drained in a sanitary manner during the servicing operation. (114205, 114207, 114209, 114211, 114213, 114215, 114217, 114219, 114221, 114223, 114225, 114227, 114229, 114231, 114233, 114235, 114238, 114239, 114240, 114241, 114242)”

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