Unsafe food surfaces observed at Clear Brook HS
Clear Brook High School in Friendswood was hit with a violation of food surface rules during a Sept. 8 visit from Harris County health inspectors.
According to Harris County, a food surfaces violation can include cracked/chipped plates, cups, knives; cutting board that cannot be easily cleaned; slime on soda nozzles, a soda gun and holster, ice machine, and yogurt machines; a cracked or damaged interior surface of a microwave oven; and can openers, knives, utensils that are not clean, broken or in poor condition.
Clear Brook did not have enough violations to warrant further action or a return visit from the department.
The school received a score of 6 on a 0 to 100 scale with 0 being the best number and 100 marking the worst score possible.
An establishment must have a score of 20 or higher to be considered a concern and require a follow-up inspection.
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