A Pennsylvania restaurant failed a Chester County Health Department unannounced food inspection January 7, 2020. One of the culprits? Soda gun holders.
Among the 6 failures cited was 601.11 for equipment cleanting.
“Soda gun holders throughout the facility have mold-like growth/food residue build-up in the bottom around the drain. Soda guns at the front entrance bar, as well as the upstairs bar, have food residue build-up on the interior. These should all be thoroughly cleaned and sanitized, and maintained regularly.”Chester County Food Inspector
Food residue causes significant risk for operators:
- Cross contamination can spread infectious diseases such as the flu and the common cold.
- E coli and other microbial bacteria have the potential to make guests sick.
- Fines and fees associated with inspections and re-inspections.
Manual cleaning processes are expensive and they don’t work. Employees are tired at the end of their shifts. Add in turnover and training issues and it’s a recipe for failure. Want proof? The above restaurant was cited for dirty soda guns the prior annual inspection also.
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“This system cleans soda gun nozzles, solving the problems we see every day in restaurants where manual cleaning by staff has proven inconsisten and contributed to beverage ‘off-taste’ prevalent in gun dispensed beverages”Richard Ritota, former Food Safety Director of New Jersey.
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