Food Safety

We work hard at inspecting all local food establishments, and ensuring all measures are being taken to prepare and keep food properly.

“The food supply in the United States is among the safest in the world. However, when certain disease-causing bacteria or pathogens contaminate food, they can cause foodborne illness, often called “food poisoning.” The Federal government estimates that there are about 48 million cases of foodborne illness annually – the equivalent of sickening 1 in 6 Americans each year. And each year, these illnesses result in an estimated 128,000 hospitalizations and 3,000 deaths.” – FDA

 

Food Borne Illnesses: What you need to know

Download and share: FDA_FoodborneIllness_Final

For more information on food safety visit: FDA Foodborne Illness Information

 

 

Permits, Checklists, Forms, Guidelines

National Restaurant Association

 

 

 

Food Service Establishment Inspection Reports

 

All food service establishments are inspected every 6 months. All major and minor violations are listed for public knowledge. If you have any questions regarding current or past inspections, please contact our Environmental Specialist Glen Hampton at 573-324-2111 ext. 113, or ghampton@pikecountyhealth.org

View the 2018 report here: Food Service Establishment Inspection Report 2018

(Updated 4.3.18)

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Other Public Health Services:

EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS  |  FOOD SAFETY  |  IMMUNIZATIONS & VACCINATION CLINICS  |  MATERNAL & CHILD HEALTH

MENTAL & BEHAVIORAL HEALTH  |  SUPPORT GROUPS  |  PREVENTING PUBLIC DISEASE  |  PUBLIC HEALTH

SEWAGE & SEPTIC INFORMATION  |  WALK-IN CLINIC  |  WIC

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