Health department releases food inspection report
by Staff Report
Aug 23, 2011 | 2395 views | 0 0 comments | 10 10 recommendations | email to a friend | print
The following food service inspections were issued by the Bartow County Health Department from Aug. 14 to 20:

* Adams Bar-B-Que, 140 E. Felton Road in Cartersville, inspected Aug. 16, 75/C;

* Cartersville Elementary School, 340 Old Mill Road in Cartersville, inspected Aug. 18, 96/A;

* Cartersville Primary School, 315 Etowah Drive in Cartersville, inspected Aug. 17, 93/A;

* Cracker Barrel, 5631 Highway 20 in Cartersville, inspected Aug. 19, 90/A;

* Emerson Elementary School, 54 Seventh St. in Emerson, inspected Aug. 17, 98/A;

* Euharlee Elementary School, 1058 Euharlee Road in Kingston, inspected Aug. 18, 96/A;

* Excel Christian Academy, Old Mill Road in Cartersville, inspected Aug. 17, 99/A;

* Grand China, 416 Grassdale Road, Suite H, in Cartersville, inspected Aug. 19, 50/U;

* Hardees, 101 Princeton Blvd. in Adairsville, inspected Aug. 17, 97/A;

* Honey Baked Ham Co. and Café, 883 Joe Frank Harris Parkway in Cartersville, inspected Aug. 17, 93/A;

* Little Caesars, 509 N. Tennessee St. Suite 111 in Cartersville, inspected Aug. 17, 97/A;

* Pizza Hut, 11 Legacy Way Suite E in Adairsville, inspected Aug. 19, 96/A;

* Shoney's, 5616 Highway 20 S.E. in Cartersville, inspected Aug. 18, 85/B;

* Slope's Bar-B-Q of Cartersville, 1131 N. Tennessee St. in Cartersville, inspected Aug. 16, 96/A;

* South Central Middle School, 224 Old Alabama Road in Emerson, inspected Aug. 17, 99/A;

* Starcrest of Cartersville, 196 Dixie Ave. in Cartersville, inspected Aug. 15, 100/A;

* The Steak House, 650 Henderson Drive Suite 403 in Cartersville, inspected Aug. 18, 81/B;

* Waffle House, 5630 Highway 20 in Cartersville, inspected Aug. 16, 77/C.

A is for food-safety excellence and applied to a 90 to 100 numerical score.

B is for satisfactory compliance and applied to an 80 to 89 numerical score.

C is for marginal compliance and applied to a 70 to 79 numerical score.

U is for unsatisfactory and applied to a 69-or-below numerical score.

If a food-service facility receives a C or U rating as a result of a routine inspection, environmental health staff will conduct a follow-up inspection to ensure compliance. All routine inspections are unannounced.