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Hatfield Quality Meats, Inc.

Address: 3150 Coffeetown Rd, Orefield, PA 18069
Establishment No.: m791

USDA Inspection Report: 20 Aug 2010

Code: 01C02
Violation: 416.4(c), 416.4(d)

Citation: At approximately 7:30, while performing PBIS procedure code 01C02, the following noncompliance were observed in the following rooms: Room 1270, Fresh pork marinade room. 1. Cleaning chemical stored in the room next to injected product, the chemica No MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet) # on the tag. . I took regulatory control action according to 9CFR part 500.2(a) (2) by tagging the container with USDA Retain /Rejected tag # B24762059. 2. Room 1700, Chemical stored in the room in the front of the room on the cart, I took regulatory control action according to 9CFR part 500.2(a) (2) by tagging the container with USDA Retain /Rejected tag # B24762068, No MSDS ( Material Safety Data Sheet) # on the tag. 3. Room 1272, cooler, Product stored at the bottom of the cart, grease builds up at the bottom of the cart, product contaminated with grease. 4. Belli guard left on the plate form and also two belli guard were rust build up on the side. I took regulatory control action according to 9CFR part 500.2(a) (2) by tagging the belly guard with USDA Retain /Rejected tag # B24762058. The establishment's operational sanitation records for today August 20, 201018, were not available for review. Mr. Food Safety Supervisor was verbally notified of the noncompliance, of the failure to meet the Meat and Poultry Regulations 9 CFR 416.13(b), 416.13(c), 416.4(d), 416.4(c) which states cleaning compounds, sanitizing agents, processing aids, and other chemicals used by establishments must be safe and effective under the conditions of use. Such chemicals must be used, handled and stored in a manner that will not adulterated product or create insanitary conditions. All the chemicals in room 1700, and 1270 wert removed from the area, the Belly guard were condemned removed from the area. The product in the cart was condemned put into inedible.

Regulation:

416.4(c) Cleaning compounds, sanitizing agents, processing aids, and other chemicals used by an establishment must be safe and effective under the conditions of use. Such chemicals must be used, handled, and stored in a manner that will not adulterate product or create insanitary conditions. Documentation substantiating the safety of a chemical’s use in a food processing environment must be available to FSIS inspection program employees for review.

416.4(d) Product must be protected from adulteration during processing, handling, storage, loading, and unloading at and during transportation from official establishments.

 

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