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By the River Bakery & Cafe / Cavendish

8989 Cavendish Road
Cavendish

Follow Up Inspection 1
September 01, 2017

Satisfactory


This food premise was inspected by Environmental Health, Prince Edward Island Department of Health and Wellness, and met the minimum standards of the Public Health Act Food Premises Regulations at the time of the inspection.

Routine Inspection
August 30, 2017

Unsatisfactory - Re Inspection Required


This food premise was inspected by Environmental Health, Prince Edward Island Department of Health and Wellness, and the following items did not meet the minimum standards of the Public Health Act Food Premises Regulations.

Inspection ItemViolation(s)
Cold holding temperatures of 4C (40F) or colderFailure to maintain potentially hazardous food at a temperature of 4C (40F) or colder.
Food in good condition, safe and unadulteratedFailure to receive, store, process and/or transport food or food packaging materials under conditions that prevent contamination and adulteration.
Chemicals properly used, labelled and stored to prevent contaminationFailure to provide a no-rinse, food grade, chemical sanitizing solution at the appropriate concentration.
Personal hygieneFood handlers not wearing proper hair restraints.
Premises, equipment and non food contact surfaces Failure to maintain the premises and equipment in a clean and sanitary condition.
Facility free from pestsEvidence of rodents.
Food safety training: Sections 5(2)(b), and 24(1-5) No employee present with valid food safety training.
Follow Up Inspection 2
July 07, 2017

Satisfactory


This food premise was inspected by Environmental Health, Prince Edward Island Department of Health and Wellness, and met the minimum standards of the Public Health Act Food Premises Regulations at the time of the inspection.

Follow Up Inspection 1
June 29, 2017

Unsatisfactory - Warning Letter Required


This food premise was inspected by Environmental Health, Prince Edward Island Department of Health and Wellness, and the following items did not meet the minimum standards of the Public Health Act Food Premises Regulations.

Inspection ItemViolation(s)
Food safety training: Sections 5(2)(b), and 24(1-5) Failure to provide proof of food safety training.
Routine Inspection
June 22, 2017

Unsatisfactory - Re Inspection Required


This food premise was inspected by Environmental Health, Prince Edward Island Department of Health and Wellness, and the following items did not meet the minimum standards of the Public Health Act Food Premises Regulations.

Inspection ItemViolation(s)
Cold holding temperatures of 4C (40F) or colderFailure to maintain potentially hazardous food at a temperature of 4C (40F) or colder.
Food safety training: Sections 5(2)(b), and 24(1-5) Failure to provide proof of food safety training.
Routine Inspection
August 15, 2016

Satisfactory


This food premise was inspected by Environmental Health, Prince Edward Island Department of Health and Wellness, and met the minimum standards of the Public Health Act Food Premises Regulations at the time of the inspection.

Follow Up Inspection 1
July 19, 2016

Satisfactory


This food premise was inspected by Environmental Health, Prince Edward Island Department of Health and Wellness, and met the minimum standards of the Public Health Act Food Premises Regulations at the time of the inspection.

Routine Inspection
July 11, 2016

Unsatisfactory - Re Inspection Required


This food premise was inspected by Environmental Health, Prince Edward Island Department of Health and Wellness, and the following items did not meet the minimum standards of the Public Health Act Food Premises Regulations.

Inspection ItemViolation(s)
Cold holding temperatures of 4C (40F) or colderFailure to maintain potentially hazardous frozen food at a temperature of -18C (0F) or colder.
Adequate handwashing facilities supplied and accessibleFailure to provide handwashing facilities that are adequately designed, appropriately located, unobstructed, for the exclusive use of employees and in numbers suitable for the operation.
Proper handwashing practicesFailure to wash hands as often as necessary to prevent the contamination of food or equipment.
Chemicals properly used, labelled and stored to prevent contaminationFailure to provide a no-rinse, food grade, chemical sanitizing solution at the appropriate concentration.
Chemicals properly used, labelled and stored to prevent contaminationFailure to properly label chemicals.
Personal hygieneFood handlers not wearing proper hair restraints.
Personal hygieneEmployee(s) displaying a behavior or practice that may potentially contaminate food.
Routine Inspection
June 17, 2016

Satisfactory


This food premise was inspected by Environmental Health, Prince Edward Island Department of Health and Wellness, and met the minimum standards of the Public Health Act Food Premises Regulations at the time of the inspection.

Follow Up Inspection 1
July 30, 2015

Satisfactory


This food premise was inspected by Environmental Health, Prince Edward Island Department of Health and Wellness, and met the minimum standards of the Public Health Act Food Premises Regulations at the time of the inspection.

Routine Inspection
July 23, 2015

Unsatisfactory - Re Inspection Required


This food premise was inspected by Environmental Health, Prince Edward Island Department of Health and Wellness, and the following items did not meet the minimum standards of the Public Health Act Food Premises Regulations.

Inspection ItemViolation(s)
Proper handwashing practicesFailure to wash hands as often as necessary to prevent the contamination of food or equipment.
Chemicals properly used, labelled and stored to prevent contaminationFailure to provide a no-rinse, food grade, chemical sanitizing solution at the appropriate concentration.
Chemicals properly used, labelled and stored to prevent contaminationFailure to properly label chemicals.
Provide and use accurate thermometersFailure to provide appropriate temperature measuring devices that are accurate and in good working order to ensure proper food safety temperatures.