The Joplin Globe publishes summaries of routine and follow-up inspections performed by the Joplin Health Department. Businesses that are inspected either pass or fail based on violations found during the time of inspection. Those violations fall into two categories:

• Priority violations are more severe and deal with improper food handling, storage and preparation. The Globe lists the number and summary of each violation.

• Core violations are less severe and deal with equipment, maintenance and general cleanliness. The Globe publishes only the number.

A failed inspection can result in a variety of corrections based on the types of violations found. Full copies of each report are available from the Joplin Health Department.

Krackin Cajun, 3025 S. Main St. Full service restaurant. Follow-up inspection performed on Nov. 19. Results: PASS with 0 priority and 0 core violations.

Logan’s Roadhouse, 208 N. Range Line Road. Full-service restaurant. Routine inspection performed on Nov. 22. Results: PASS with 1 priority violation and 1 core violation.

• A direct connection exists between the sewage system and a drain from a hose in the meat room (corrected during inspection).

Panera Bread, 2401 E. 32nd St. Fast-food restaurant. Follow-up inspection performed on Nov. 19. Results: PASS with 1 priority violation and 5 core violations.

• Dairy items in bakery reach-in being cold held above 41 degrees (corrected during inspection).

Flounders. Food truck (location of inspection not given). Routine inspection performed on Nov. 23. Results: PASS with 0 priority and 0 core violations.

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