Weld County rates restaurants, schools, grocery stores, and other food-handling facilities on a scale of three categories—pass, require re-inspection, and closed. As part of the county’s evaluation index, officials rate facilities based on factors such as refrigeration, reheating, cooking, refrigerating and holding, cross-contamination between raw and ready-to-eat foods, and employee hygiene, according to the county.
“Happen” — The facility meets basic food safety standards. The facility might have some priority, priority basis, or core violations. Some or all violations were corrected during inspection.
“Review required” — Food safety violations were identified and corrections may have been made, but the assessment requires a re-inspection to ensure basic food standards are being met.
“Closed” — significant unsanitary conditions or other immediate health hazards have been identified. Facility has multiple priority, priority ground, or core violations that pose a high risk. Facility must cease operations until conditions and violations are resolved.
The following restaurants and establishments were rated from July 18-22, 2022.
Boys and Girls Claw Unit, 2400 1st Ave. — Happen
Burger King, 2435 35th Ave. — Happen
Burger King #2942, 2708 11th Avenue — Happen
Dutch Bros. Coffee, 4704 24th St. — Happen
Jack In The Box #8164, 6902 10th St. — Happen
11 King Soopers, 2100 35th Ave. — Happen
Panda Express #1276, 4542 CenterPlace Drive — Happen
Papa Murphy’s, 6628 10th St. — Happen
QDoba Mexican Eats #2197, 4626 CenterPlace Drive — Happen
Sara’s Market, 2201 8th Ave. — Happen
Thai One, 2541 11th Avenue — verification required
Wendy’s, 2333 8th Ave — Happen
Winchell’s Donut House, 4239 CenterPlace Drive — Happen
Wingstop, 2718 11th Ave — Happen
McDonald’s #17970, 3201 23rd Ave. — Happen
None to report
https://www.greeleytribune.com/2022/07/24/weld-county-retail-food-inspections-for-july-18-22-2022/ Weld County Food Inspections July 18-22, 2022