1. Food Storage and Preparation Area:
This inspection item looks for cracked/missing tiles, evidence of insects/rodents, broken equipment, a lack of proper food storage containers, and other issues that could make the kitchen area unsafe for food preparation.
2. Cooking Temperatures:
This is an important safety measure to ensure that all food is cooked to the correct temperature and reduce the risk of foodborne illness.
Inspecting utensils such as cutting boards, knives, stirring spoons, pots and pans can help identify potential hygiene issues or cross-contamination risks.
This inspection item looks for the cleanliness of the food truck, kitchen area, and all equipment. It also checks for proper storage of cleaning supplies and the presence of hand-washing facilities.
This inspection item looks for proper waste disposal methods to reduce contamination risk and prevent pests from entering the food truck.
6. Food Sources:
Checking to make sure food is coming from certified suppliers and that all food has the required labels can help ensure customers are served safe quality food.
7. Water Source:
This inspection looks for safe and adequate water sources, ensuring that customers are served safe food and drinks.
8. Pest Control:
This item looks for evidence of pests in the food truck and checks that appropriate measures are taken to prevent pests from entering the food truck.