Scores from Henry County restaurant inspections conducted by the Henry County Health Department for the week of Sept. 10-16 (maximum score: 100; scores available online at inspections.myhealthdepartment.com/tennessee):

• HandHeld Food Truck, 124 Dogwood Hills Drive, Paris (mobile unit) — Sept. 10. Score: 87. Critical violations: food not properly separated and protected (raw beef stored over rolls in cooler); improper hot holding temperatures (chicken in hot well at 130 degrees, pan full above rim, divided, chicken at 118-130 degrees on stove holding); improper cold holding temperatures (pork at 47 degrees, raw beef at 50 degrees, chicken at 47 degrees in tall cooler, pico at 45 degrees, sour cream at 45 degrees in make line cooler, cooler at bottom too full); improper date marking and disposition (no product on truck was date-marked; pork, chicken, pico).

• Lakeway Nutrition, 2535 E. Wood St., Paris — Sept. 10. Score: 99.

• Paris Elementary School cafeteria, 650 Volunteer Drive, Paris — Sept. 10. Score: 98.

• Dunkin’, 1015 Mineral Wells Ave., Paris — Sept. 10. Score: 76. Critical violations: person in charge not present, demonstrating knowledge or performing duties (no active managerial control); hands not clean and properly washed (employee picking up food with the same gloves she collected money with, employee came from outside with gloves on and began working in kitchen without washing hands and changing gloves, employee working drive-thru had on gloves taking money and handled sandwich foods directly without washing and changing gloves); improper hot holding temperatures (sausage 113 degrees in warmer, timer was not set so does not know when time started, discarded 1 pound); improper date marking and disposition (bacon wraps and ham dated to expire on Sept. 7 in walk-in, thawed precooked chicken in walk-in not dated, sausage and eggs not dated marked or old tag still on pan in make line near grill); toxic substances not properly identified, stored or used (bottle of Spic-and-Span cleaner hanging above icing and clean utensils).

• Fourmans, 3615 Hwy. 79 northeast of Paris — Sept. 10. Score: 96.

• Perry’s Mobile Barbecue, 215 Ruff St., Paris (mobile unit) — Sept. 12. Score: 75. Critical violations: person in charge not present, demonstrating knowledge or performing duties (no active managerial control); hands not clean and properly washed (employee came from outside to inside without washing hands to work with food); improper reheating procedures for hot holding (barbecue, ribs at 80-120 degrees not reheating properly, will not reach temperature within two hours, had employee move it to hotter part of grill); improper cold holding temperatures (potato salad at 47 degrees, slaw at 47 degrees in cooler, cooler was in temperature, product was not transported in ice to the lake); improper date marking/disposition (slaw and potato salad not date-marked in cooler, made in-house and not dated).

• The Family Table, 9 Dogwood St., Henry — Sept. 15. Score: 82. Critical violations: food not properly separated and protected (raw chicken stored over stuffed mushrooms in bottom of make unit, rearranged during inspection); improper cooling time and temperature (beef-based onion soup at 52 degrees, cooling covered in walk-in cooler for 11 hours, discarded 15 pounds during inspection and discussed proper cooling methods). A follow-up inspection was completed the same day, with critical violations corrected and score adjusted to 91.

• Henry School cafeteria, 937 Pioneer Road, Henry — Sept. 15. Score: 100.

• Wendy’s, 1020 Mineral Wells Ave., Paris — Sept. 15. Score: 94.

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