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Food Establishment Inspection Reports

 

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You are able to access inspection reports for every retail food establishment where food is directly sold or offered to a consumer within Champaign County, Illinois, (such as a restaurant, cafeteria, convenience store, grocery store, day care, school, nursing home or tavern), except for cottage food operations and the retail food establishments operated by the University of Illinois. Inspection reports are available from 2008 to present. Disclaimer

Often it has been claimed that individual inspections are a "snapshot" of the operating practices and conditions on a particular day and time and may not be representative of overall compliance and commitment to food safety and sanitation. After selecting a particular food establishment, our site not only will let you access individual inspection reports, but will summarize and illustrate a food establishment's inspection reports over time to better determine overall performance by:

  • Summarizing categories impacting consumer health by highlighting the top five violations that are contributing factors in foodborne illness outbreaks or control measures needed to prevent foodborne illness outbreaks. Zero violations or a lower percentage out-of-compliance indicate a smaller risk of foodborne illness.
  • Summarizing compliance to the food code by highlighting the top five violations whether they impact consumer health or indicate good retail practices; e.g. proper food storage, pest control, and the construction/maintenance/cleanliness of the kitchen and equipment. Unless an operation is very limited and simple, every food establishment will have a summary of violations; however, the fewer the violations the better the compliance.
  • Illustrating the number of consumer health violations and compliance (as designated by the total number of violations or the number of repeat violations for each inspection).