Storage Violations, Other Incidents Earn Duluth Restaurant a 'C'

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Updated 7:13 a.m.

Wok Rock restaurant in Duluth recently underwent a routine health inspection by the Gwinnett Health Department.

The eatery at 3585 Peachtree Industrial Boulevard, Suite 104-108 received a "74/C" rating on Jan. 21. Among the violations noted were:

Violation of Code: [.05(10)(e) ] Boxes of single-use food service items are stored in direct contact with the floor: to-go containers of various sizes (both styrofoam and aluminum foil material). Move these items to shelves or place adequate supports underneath the boxes. All single-use/single-service food service materials must be stored at least six inches above the floor and kept covered/inverted to prevent contamination.  New Violation.

Violation of Code: [.04(4)(c)1(i)-(iii),(v),(viii) ] Raw meats were stored improperly among ready-to-eat foods AND other raw meat types: (1.) In the walk-in cooler, raw pork was stored directly above roots. (2.) In one of the reach-in coolers, raw chicken was stored directly above raw pork. (3.) On the vegetable prep table, raw ground fish was stored next to ready-to-eat vegetables. / Manager removed the ground fish from the vegetable prep table and rearranged the storage of the raw meats inside the walk-in cooler and reach-in cooler. / Ready-to-eat foods must be protected against cross-contamination while in storage by separating raw meats properly. Also, raw meats must be stored according to their minimum required cooking temperatures while in storage among other raw meat types. Follow the storage chart which is posted on the doors of the walk-in cooler and freezer. 2ND CONSECUTIVE VIOLATION OF CODE SECTION  Corrected On-Site.  Repeat Violation.

A follow-up inspection will be held in 10 days. The full report is here.

Note: This article was updated to correct the spelling of the restaurant's name.

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