MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, Fla. – UPDATE: A Presidente Supermarket located on Miller Drive in the Kendall Area of Southwest Miami-Dade has been allowed to reopen its kitchen and receiving area after being shuttered for roach issues.
Presidente had been shut down after a follow-up inspection on Oct. 2 again found a roach issue.
The original inspection was on Sept. 16.
The inspector had issued a “stop use” order on ovens and fryers, as well.
Staff was warned in September that the receiving area would be shut if the roach issue continued.
*** PRESIDENTE SUPERMARKET
14778 SE 56TH STREET
RE-INSPECTION DATE OCTOBER 1ST
“RECEIVING AREAS OF THE ESTABLISHMENT AND THE ESTABLISHMENT WILL NO LONGER BE ALLOWED TO RECEIVE ADDITIONAL FOOD ITEMS, A STOP-USE ORDER OF ALL PROCESSING EQUIPMENT (IF APPLICABLE) WILL BE ISSUED AND A STOP-SALE ORDER OF ALL EXPOSED FOOD ITEMS (IF APPLICABLE) WILL BE ISSUED UNTIL THE INFESTATION IS ERADICATED. A COPY OF THE PEST CONTROL PLAN CHECKLIST HAS BEEN PROVIDED TO THE ESTABLISHMENT.”
“EMPLOYEES WERE UNABLE TO ANSWER QUESTIONS THAT RELATE TO FOODBORNE DISEASE, SYMPTOMS, AND REPORTING RESPONSIBILITIES.”
“KITCHEN PROCESSING- LIVE ROACHES FOUND CRAWLING ON WALL ACROSS FROM COLD UNIT STATION AND ON FLOOR NEAR THE PORK SHOULDER RE-PACKING AREA.”
“A STOP USE ORDER IS IN EFFECT FOR THE KITCHEN, KITCHEN PROCESSING AREA, ALL OPEN FOOD PROCESSING/HANDLING IN THESE AREAS, AND ALL FOOD RELATED EQUIPMENT IN THESE AREAS. THESE AREAS AND EQUIPMENT CANNOT BE USED UNTIL RELEASED BY AN INSPECTOR.”