Food labeling problem found at Katy Fresh Produce Market
On Sept. 28, Harris County health inspectors observed a food labeling problem at the Katy Fresh Produce Market at 5026 E. Third St.
The restaurant's total number of violations, however, was not high enough to warrant further action or a return visit by inspectors. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration consider this type of violation could potentially lead to the spread of food-borne illnesses.
Food labeling problems can include: Using raw eggs for uncooked foods, home made food, unstamped meat, unlabeled food, no oyster tags and no chronological record system kept for raw oysters, repackaging food without labeling new packages, unlabeled bags of ice and unlabeled donut/bakery display, just to name a few.
Overall this establishment received in September a score of four on a zero to 100 scale, with zero being best and 100 being worst. An establishment must score 20 or higher to be considered "of concern" and requiring a follow-up inspection.
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