• Dennis McCaslin

Arkansas Department of Health Food Establishment Inspections - Logan County - June 1 to July 5




The Arkansas Department of Health conducts routine health inspections on all restaurants and establishments that serve food to the public.

Between June 1, 2018 and July 5, 2018, the ADH conducted twenty inspections of different establishments in Logan County.

In those inspections, one establishment has three violations, two were cited for two and six had one observation.

To check on particular violations for establishments access the Arkansas Department of Health inspection reports by clicking HERE and using the search feature.

Keep in Mind:

The Food Protection Program of the Arkansas Department of Health (ADH) inspects all food establishments in the state to make sure they follow ADH Food Establishment Rules & Regulations. (Link To Regulations)Inspections are conducted 1-3 times per year depending upon the Risk Category of the establishment.

Additional inspections occur to follow-up on violations and if/when the ADH receives a complaint.The regulations are written to ensure food is prepared, stored, and served safely, which in turn may prevent foodborne illness.From the Inspection Report, you can see if the establishment is following the food safety regulations.Remember this inspection is only a snapshot in time.

It represents only what the inspector saw on the particular date of inspection.It is also important to remember that if problems were found during the inspection, the person in charge is shown what changes are needed to ensure safety.Problems are often corrected at the time of inspection.

It is also important to remember that if problems were found during the inspection, the person in charge is shown what changes are needed to ensure safety.

Problems are often corrected at the time of inspection.