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Hamilton County Public Health Announces Second Quarter 2018 Clean Kitchen Award Winning Facilities

July 18, 2018

Hamilton County, OH……  When heading out to eat, we often look up menus, reviews and recommendations before choosing a place.  Perhaps we should include the establishment’s food safety practices as additional criteria for choosing dining spots

“The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports one in six Americans – or 48 million people – become sick with foodborne disease every year,” according to Hamilton County Health Commissioner Tim Ingram. “Foodborne illness hospitalizes 128,000 and kills 3,000 each year.  Most of what we see in terms of foodborne illness is preventable.”

“Hamilton County Public Health (HCPH) instituted the Clean Kitchen Award to recognize those operators who are making great efforts to protect their patrons,” Ingram says.  “The award is not easy to receive. When you see one on display, it points to an operator that takes the responsibility very seriously.  If you don’t see the award when you are out to dine, ask the operator why.”

The requirements for receiving a Clean Kitchen Award are stringent.  To be considered, facilities must:

  • Have three or fewer violations in the previous two years prior to applying;
  • Have no “critical” or repeat violations in the previous two years;
  • Maintain at least two staff members with Level I Food Handler certification or at least one staff member with a current ServSafe certificate;
  • Submit applications along with corresponding documentation;
  • Have a minimum of two years of inspection data on file with Hamilton County Public Health.

For the second quarter, HCPH has changed the award reporting format to better help consumers choose where to eat.  The award is now divided into categories including restaurants; grocery and convenience stores; school cafeterias and daycares; and senior centers and retirement communities.

“Categorizing winners will help our consumers make dining choices and also take a good look at where our children and seniors are eating,” Ingram adds. “We’ve also included the number of times a facility has won the award, which helps Hamilton County citizens further determine facilities that are exemplary in food safety.”

Following is the list of winning operators for the second quarter of 2018:
 
RESTAURANTS
Facility Address Township/ city Times Won
Edible Arrangements 8080 Beechmont Ave Anderson Twp. 2
The Skatin Place 3211 Lina Pl Colerain 2
Domino’s Pizza 9182 Winton Rd Springfield Twp. 1
Beech Creek Golf Course 1831 Hudepohl Ln Springfield Twp. 1
The Big Greek Café LLC 1150 Harrison Ave Harrison 3
Starbucks Coffee #2212 6800 Wooster Pk Mariemont 2
Mill Race Golf Course 1515 West Sharon Rd Springfield Twp. 5
Subway 5061 Delhi Ave Delhi Twp. 6
Honey Baked Ham 9570 Colerain Ave Colerain Twp. 2
Stricker’s Grove Kitchen 11490 Hamilton- Cleves Rd Crosby Twp. 1
Stricker’s Grove Deb’s Delight 11490 Hamilton- Cleves Rd Crosby Twp. 1
NYPD Pizza, Inc. 5761 Springdale Rd Colerain Twp. 1
Pizza Hut 4964 Delhi Rd Delhi Twp. 2
Cone Zone 4101 Harrison Ave Cheviot 1
 
 
GROCERY AND CONVEINIENCE STORES
Facility Address Township/ city Times Won
Kennedy Food Mart 5361 Kennedy Ave Columbia Twp. (West) 2
SCHOOL CAFETERIAS AND DAYCARES
Facility Address Township/ city Times Won
Blue Ash Educational Building 10149 Kenwood Rd Blue Ash 7
St. John’s Westminster Learning Center 1085 Neeb Rd Delhi Twp. 1
Childtime Learning Center 10631 Techwoods Cir Blue Ash 1
Glendale Elementary 930 Congress Ave Glendale 3
Lincoln Heights Elementary School 1113 Adams St Lincoln Heights 4
Princeton Community Middle & High School 200 Viking Way Sharonville 1
St. Michael School Cafeteria 11136 Oak St Sharonville 3
Wyoming Middle School 17 Wyoming Ave Wyoming 4
St. James School 6111 Cheviot Rd Green Twp. 7
Bridgetown Middle School 3900 Race Rd Green Twp. 2
St. Clement 4534 Vine St St. Bernard 4
Harrison Elementary School 600 Broadway Ave Harrison 4
Amity Elementary School 4320 E. Galbraith St Deer Park 4
Deer Park High School 8351 Plainfield Rd Deer Park 4
Our Lady of Grace Catholic School 2940 W. Galbraith Rd Colerain 3
Our Lady of Visitation 3180 South Rd Green Twp. 3
St. Vivian School Cafeteria 885 Denier Pl Springfield Twp. 3
Springmyer School (Cafeteria) 4179 Ebenezer Rd Green Twp. 2
Diamond Oaks Career Campus 6375 Harrison Ave Green Twp. 6
Diamond Oaks Culinary Kitchen 6376 Harrison Ave Green Twp. 1
Delhi Middle School 5280 Foley Road Delhi Twp. 4
Margaret B. Rost School 5858 Bridgetown Road Green Twp. 6
Madeira Middle School 6612 Miami Ave. Madeira 5
Karing 4 Kids Learning Center 9495 Coogan Ave Colerain Twp. 1
St. Bernard Elementary 4515 Tower Ave St. Bernard 4
St. Bernard Elmwood Place High School 4615 Tower Ave St. Bernard 5
Elmwood Elementary School 400 Maple Elmwood Place 4
Summit Elementary 8400 Northport Dr Anderson Twp. 6
Ayer Elementary 8471 Forest Rd Anderson Twp. 6
Turpin High School 2650 Bartels Rd Anderson Twp. 6
Nagel Middle School 1500 Nagel Rd Anderson Twp. 5
Maddux Elementary 943 Rosetree Ln Anderson Twp. 6
Sherwood Elementary 7080 Grantham Way Anderson Twp. 6
Mercer Elementary 2600 Bartels Rd Anderson Twp. 5
KinderCare 10991 Hamilton Ave Colerain Twp. 1
 
SENIOR CENTERS AND RETIREMENT COMMUNITIES
Facility Address Township/ city Times Won
Mt. Airy Gardens 2250 Banning Rd Springfield Twp. 2
The Meadows Health Care 11760 Pellston Forest Park 5
Covenant Village of Green Township 3210 W. Fork Rd Green Twp. 5
 
*The Clean Kitchen Award reflects inspection data from the previous two years and is not necessarily indicative of current condition.

 

Hamilton County Public Health works to assure the 480,000 citizens living outside the cities of Cincinnati, Norwood and Springdale are safe from disease, injury and contamination.

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Posted by: Christy Cauley

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