Food Inspections: 11/1-11/31December 11, 2020
These summaries of the Dubois County Health Department's inspection reports are made public after the restaurants and food stores have had 10 days to respond. Reinspections are at the inspector's discretion. Violations are corrected on the day of the inspection unless otherwise noted. If you have questions, contact the health department at 812-481-7055.
These reports are from Nov. 1 through 31.
Brick Oven Pizza/Chester Chicken, 1281 3rd Avenue, Jasper, no violations.
Cookies Around the Clock, 1430 W State Road 56, Jasper, no violations.
Casey’s General Store #3504, 2245 Main Street, Ferdinand, no violations.
Chuckles #20, 620 W 6th Street, Jasper, no violations.
Circle “A” Food MArt #107, 6661 E St. Mary Street, Celestine, no violations.
Circle “S” Mart #33, 850 Main Street, Ferdinand, no violations.
Hometown IGA #460, 312 E 12th Street, Huntingburg, no violations.
Huck’s #339, 601 N Main Street, Huntingburg, 3 non-critical violations: dirt/dust/food debris buildup throughout the facility, observed soda machines to have excessive buildup of debris on nozzles, observed public use microwave to have extensive food/debris buildup.
Sander Processing, 6614 E State Road 164, Celestine, no violations.
Southern Indiana Butcher Supply, 131 E 10th Street, Ferdinand, no violations.
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