The Kansas City Health Department cited d’Bronx Authentic Deli and Pizzeria, 3904 Bell St., for not having effective pest control measures in place. It had five critical violations during a June 29 routine inspection, including 10 live roaches in an upstairs pan storage room and mouse droppings in several areas. It was still closed July 5 with a “closed for cleaning and maintenance” sign on the front door.
The owner couldn’t be reached for comment.
For complete Kansas City area reports, visit: http://www.inspectionsonline.us/foodsafety/mousakansascity/search.htm and search under the establishment’s name.
The Kansas Department of Agriculture cited McDonald’s at 15095 W. 151st St., Olathe, for a roach infestation. It had two priority violations during a June 20 inspection when 40 to 50 live roaches were found in the area behind the three-compartment sink, hot water heater, microwaves, bread racks and in a dry storage along the wall shared with the water heater.
It was reinspected the same day and reopened.
McDonald’s issued this statement: “There was an isolated case in the back of our restaurant. Once we were notified of the situation, we immediately had professional treatment performed. The restaurant passed inspection, no infestation was found and the restaurant was re-opened about three hours later. The restaurant has passed all inspections since then.”
For complete Kansas health inspections, visit http://agriculture.ks.gov/divisions-programs/food-safety-lodging/inspection-results