Environmental Health Inspection Reports

New Food Code Changes in 2017!  Food Code violations terms are changing from critical violation to priority violation and from non-critical violation to core violation.  These new terminolgy terms will be displayed on the food establishment inspection reports starting January 2017.

Food Code violations are broken down into two categories: priority and core.  Priority violations are items that, if in non-compliance, are more likely to contribute to food contamination, illness, or an environmental health hazard.  Some examples of priority items include: improper holding temperatures of foods, inadequate cooking of food items, poor personal hygiene, and contaminated equipment.  Examples of core items are: cleaning and maintenance of floors, walls, and ceilings, open waste receptacles, unshielded light bulbs in food preparation areas, and missing thermometers in refrigeration units for monitoring temperature.

For a more detailed description of priority and core violations please refer to the Jefferson City Food Code or contact the City of Jefferson Environmental Health Division at (573) 634-6410.

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