The Adair County Health Department’s environmental specialist conducts routine and followup inspections of about 140 food establishments in Adair County. Deficiencies found during inspections are categorized as critical or non-critical. The department defines those as follows: Critical violations – Violations more likely to contribute to food contamination, illness, or environmental health hazard. These violations must receive immediate action. Non-critical violations – Items that relate to maintenance of food operations and cleanliness. Violations are to be corrected as soon as possible, and no later than the next regular inspection or as ordered by the regulatory authority. The following information has been compiled from Adair County Health Department restaurant inspections conducted July 1 to July 31, 2019. For a complete list of businesses that receive health inspections, visit the Adair County Health Department’s website. Dairy QueenCritical items: None.Non-critical items: Some grease on the floor below the cook line; Debris in the container used to store ice scoop; No thermometer observed in the soft serve machine – corrected; No thermometer observed in the d...