Ming’s Supermarket closed by Boston, MA BOH for rodents, dirt & more

Posted on January 24, 2020 by


The Boston, MA DOH closed the following establishment for food code violations.

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Inspection History
Ming’s Supermarket
1102 Washington ST
Roxbury, MA. 02118
Letter Grade: A

Inspection date: 1/23/2020

Description Status
(A)-(P) Person-In-Charge-Duties (Pf)
Comments: Person in charge not properly training employees in food safety and not properly cleaning establishment, ensure all
Equipment Food-Contact Surfaces and Utensils-Frequency (C)
Comments: Spice, sauces and sugar containers with heavy encrustments and soils, clean to remove
Using a Hand washing Sink-Operation and Maintenance (Pf)
Comments: Hand sink being used to store foods and equipment, discontinue to allow proper hand washing
Floors, Walls and Ceilings – Cleanability (C)
Comments: 1) Floors with heavy soils, debris and old droppings, clean to remove 2) walls and hood with soils and grease build up, clean to remove
Repairing-Premises, Structures, Attachments, and Fixtures-Methods (C)
Comments: 1) Handle at 3 bay sink broken and leaking water, repair 2) faucets at 3 bay sink leaking, repair
Controlling Pests (Pf)
Comments: 1) Rodent droppings under hand sinks, 3 bay sink and on shelving of prep tables, clean to remove 2) Decomposed rodent under hand sink, clean to remove 3) Nesting and hole in wall found next to upright refrigerators, clean to remove an seal holes

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