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Bo-Bo Poultry Market

Address: 1131 Grand St, Brooklyn, NY 11211
Establishment No.: p20138

USDA Inspection Report: 6 Dec 2011

Code: 06D02
Violation: 381.76(a)

Citation: 12-6-2011 AT APPROXIMATELY 9:27 HOURS I WAS INSPECTING CHICKEN ON THE LINE WHEN SEVERALS BIRDS CAME TO ME FOR INSPECTION THAT STILL HAD THE VISCERA ON THE INSIDE THERE WAS 14 CHICKEN THAT I HUNG BACK ON THE HANG BACK RACK THAT WAS NOT PRESENTED TO ME FOR THE PROPER INSPECTION PRESENTATION.I HAD INFORMED MS [redacted] SEVERAL TIME OF THIS PROBLEM SO THAT I WOULD NOT HAVE TO STOP THE LINE OR DISCARD ANY BIRD IN THE INEDIBLE BARELL.THIS PROCEDURE FALLS UNDER THE REGULATION 381.76[A] POST-MORTEM INSPECTION.I NOTIFIED [redacted] [SUPERVISOR] VERBALLY,VISUALLY,AND IN WRITING WITH THIS NR,OF NONCOMPLIANCE.THE BIRDS WAS TAKEN BACK TO THE START OF THE LINE AND RE-HUNG FOR INSPECTION THE EMPLOYEE WAS REMOVE AND REPLACE WITH ANOTHER EMPLOYEE.NO FUTHER ACTION WAS TAKEN.

Regulation:

381.76(a) No poultry used in any research investigation involving an experimental biological product, drug, or chemical shall be eligible for slaughter at an official establishment unless the operator of such establishment, the sponsor of the investigation, or the investigator has submitted to the Inspection Service, or the Veterinary Biologics unit of Veterinary Services, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service of the Department or the Environmental Protection Agency, or the Food and Drug Administration of the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, data or a summary evaluation of the data which demonstrates that the use of such biological product, drug, or chemical will not result in the products of such poultry being adulterated, and the Administrator has approved such slaughter.

 

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