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The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture, 866-366-3723, uses a risk-based inspection reporting process for restaurants and other food handlers.

Beiler’s Candyland, 2710 Old Philadelphia Pike, Bird-in-Hand, March 15. No violations.

Groff’s Home Made Candies LLC, 2710 Old Philadelphia Pike, Bird-in-Hand, March 15. Stand does not have a booklet with a list of ingredients for all items offered for sale.

Hubley Social Club, 410 Ice Ave., March 15. No violations.

John Herr’s Village Market Inc., 25 Manor Ave., Millersville, March 15. No violations.

Lancaster Market Place, 2084 Fruitville Pike, March 15. No violations.

Maison, 230 N. Prince St., March 15. No violations.

O’Halloran’s Irish Pub, 764 High St., March 15. Tableware for customer service is not displayed so that only handles are touched by consumers and employees. Floors and area between grills and fryers, nonfood contact surfaces, are not cleaned at a frequency to preclude accumulation of grease. Floors in the facility are in need of repair and are not durable, smooth, nonporous or nonabsorbent; repeat violation. Back door located in the rear area of the food facility has a gap and does not protect against the entry of insects, rodents and other animals. Food stored directly on the floor in the walk-in refrigerator, rather than 6 inches off of the floor as required.

Papa John’s, 1314 Lititz Pike, March 15. An open employee’s beverage container (screw-cap variety) was on a food preparation table in the back. A scoop without a handle in the bulk cornmeal container. A can of oven cleaner stored on a shelf above food containers. Mops are not being hung to air dry.

Ruoff Tower, 315 N. Prince St., March 15. No violations.

Shamrock Cafe, 312 W. Walnut St., March 15. No violations.

Vinnie & Pats, 32 N. Market St., Elizabethtown, change of owners, March 15. No violations.

Weis Markets No. 098, 1786J Columbia Ave., Columbia, March 15. Bakery: Old, unused equipment (doughnut fryer and doughnut table) should be removed from bakery. Large and small mixer bearing or gear box is dripping lubricant onto the mixing bowl. Some cake pans, loaf pans and cupcake pans with old food residue inside. Rodent droppings in the back around the perimeter and on top of the old doughnut table, which is not used. Dairy cooler: Static dust on the fan guards of the walk-in cooler. Broken floor tiles which are no longer smooth and easily cleanable in the produce receiving hallway. Hot foods department: An open employee’s beverage bottle was inside the cooler with food for customers. A working container of glass cleaner stored on the food preparation table. Two quarts of expired baby formula being offered for sale. Water leaking from an unknown area behind the three-compartment sink, creating standing water. Dumpster dock door of the food facility has a gap and does not protect against the entry of insects, rodents and other animals. Warehouse: Rodent droppings along the perimeter and beneath shelves where dog food is stored.

Asia Carry Out at Root’s Market, 705 Graystone Road, Building 4, Manheim, March 14. Food stored next to hand-wash sink, where it is subject to splash during hand washing.

Breakaway Farms, 2446 Spring View Road, Mount Joy, March 14. No violations.

Canassatego Rainmaker Association, 700 E. Chestnut St., March 14. The inside of the ice-making equipment, a food contact surface, is in need of descaling. Soap was not available at the hand-wash sink in the bar area; corrected on-site. No paper towels were available at the hand-wash sink in the bar area; corrected on-site.

Courtside Lounge, 37 E. Orange St., follow-up, March 14.

Crowded Kitchen, 347 N. Plum St., March 14. Women’s bathroom is not provided with a covered waste receptacle for sanitary napkins.

Elizabethtown High School, 600 E. High St., Elizabethtown, March 14. No violations.

Elizabethtown Middle School, 600 E. High St., Elizabethtown, March 14. No violations.

Fraternal Order of Eagles, 606 Union St., March 14. No violations.

Gene Wengers Meats, 935 Groff Ave., Elizabethtown, March 14. Prepackaged items produced at the facility do not have full ingredient listing. Tape is used as a repair on sink faucet creating surfaces that are not cleanable.

Grandview Granola Co. at Root’s Market, 705 Graystone Road, Building 4, Manheim, March 14. No violations.

Hummer’s Meats, 408 E. Main St., Mount Joy, March 14. Clean equipment drying on towels on shelves. Lights are not shielded or shatterproof over in the cheese in the display case.

K-Mart No. 3911, 3975 Columbia Ave., Columbia, change of owner, March 14. No violations.

Lancaster Host Expo Center, 2300 Lincoln Highway East, March 14. No violations.

Rainbow Comedy Playhouse, 3065 Lincoln Highway East, change of owner, March 14. Static dust accumulation on the fan covers of the walk-in cooler condensing unit.

The Amish Village, 199 Hartman Bridge Road, Ronks, opening, March 14. No violations.

Chop Sushi, 126 N. Prince St., March 13. Food ingredient container in the food prep area was not labeled with the common name of the food; corrected on-site. Floor located between the food prep area and the dining room area has holes and missing tile and is not durable, smooth, nonporous or nonabsorbent.

Lancaster County Christian School, 2384 New Holland Pike, March 13. Cracks in two ice scoops making them no longer easily cleanable. Old food residue on the can opener blade.

McDonald’s Restaurant, 210 W. King St., March 13. Floor and sides around the food fryer, all nonfood contact surfaces, are not cleaned at a frequency to preclude accumulation of grease. Grease trap on the side of the food fryer is in need of repair, replacement or adjustment to prevent grease and oil from leaking onto the floor.

Pequea Valley Sportsman Association, 195 Rawlinsville Road, Willow Street, March 13. No violations.

Ploy Thai Thai Kitchen, 486 Royer Drive, Suite 101, March 13. Food employees eating in the food preparation area as evidenced by partially consumed food on a table with customer food. Food facility does not have available sanitizer test strips or test kit to determine appropriate sanitizer concentration of quaternary ammonia. Employees are unable to properly wash their hands; the hot water for hand washing is turned off at the hand-wash sink in the wait-station. Old food residue and ice in the hand-wash sink in the kitchen, indicating uses other than hand-washing. Old food residue, dishes and utensils in the hand-wash sink in the wait-station, indicating uses other than hand-washing. Plumbing system not maintained in good repair; the hot water leaking at the faucet of the hand-wash sink in the wait-station. The outside grease receptacle (shared by others in the complex) is filthy and a possible attractant to rodents. Trash, broken pallets, milk crates, debris and garbage on the ground in the dumpster corral. The dumpster is shared by other facilities in the complex. Working container in dish washing area, used for storing cleaners taken from bulk supplies, was not marked with the common name of the chemical. The person in charge does not have adequate knowledge of food safety in this food facility as evidenced by this noncompliant inspection. Food dispensing utensil (tongs) in sliced carrots, stored in the food and not above the top of the food and the container. Scoop being stored in the ice cooler with handle touching the ice. Clean food equipment on storage racks, stored wet in a manner that does not allow for draining and/or air drying (wet nesting). Customer self-service single-use tableware is not displayed in a manner so that only the handles are touched by customers. Cardboard and newspapers, not easily cleanable, being used to line shelves and tables in the food preparation area. Food facility is using single-service containers in bulk foods rather than a scoop with a handle. In the wait-station, there were several children’s items: a child’s table, clothing, food, sleeping clothing and toys. Food employee preparing food not wearing proper hair restraints, such as nets, hats or beard covers. Large chunks of old food residue in flour being used for chicken. The flour is not being sifted every four hours or refrigerated as required. The food facility is not properly washing/ rinsing/sanitizing food equipment. An employee washing and rinsing food equipment without a proper sanitizing step. Single-service items (to-go containers and lids) stored with food contact surface exposed. Employee personal items, (vitamin C, CoQ-10, Colon Cleanser, eye relief, Tums, toothpaste and toothbrushes) were in the wait station, stored on a shelf with food and food equipment, and not stored in dressing rooms or identified storage area as required.

Rita’s Italian Ice No. 271, 1951 Lincoln East Highway, March 13. Dried sticky residue on one Mix ’n Chill blender; cleaned. The food facility does not have the original certificate for the certified food employee posted in public view.

Subway No. 24838, New Holland Ave., March 13. Cheese, roast beef and chicken were held at 51 F in the undercounter double-door refrigerator, rather than 41 F or below as required; items discarded. Undercounter refrigeration unit not maintaining the minimum required temperature of 41 F or less. Rear service door was propped open at the time of the inspection. Rear service door is rusted at the bottom, and surface is no longer cleanable.

A Plus 40245H, 1404 N. Reading Road, Reamstown, March 12. A puddle of water on walk-in cooler floor due to a leak in the ceiling.

Anita Warwood’s Candies, 705 Graystone Road, Building 1 front, Manheim, March 12. No violations.

Bart-Colerain Elementary School, 1336 Noble Road, Christiana, March 12. Light colored mildew-type residue accumulation on the pipe insulation of the walk-in cooler condensing unit. Black residue on the interior surface of the green apple slushy machine. Machine shut down.

Bill’s Produce, 705 Graystone Road, midway, Manheim, March 12. No violations.

Breneman’s Produce at Roots Market, 705 Graystone Road, Building 4, Manheim, March 12. No violations.

Cape Seasonings, 237 W. Chestnut St., March 12. No violations.

El Morro Latin Cuisine Take Out, 601 N. Queen St., March 12. No violations.

Federal Taphouse, 201 N. Queen St., March 12. A metal scrubber and sanitizer bucket were in the hand-wash sinks, indicating uses other than hand-washing. All floors under food prep equipment are in need of cleaning to prevent excess buildup of dirt and grease. Nonfood contact surfaces around and under the food fryer are not cleaned at a frequency to preclude accumulation of oil and grease.

Gap View Farm Market, 5230 Newport Road, Gap, opening, March 12. Eggs from small flocks not labeled with required information. Provided handout.

Giant Food No. 6484, 1605 Lititz Pike, complaint, March 12. No violations.

Glick’s Meat & Cheese, 705 Graystone Road, Building 9, Manheim, March 12. Fresh ground horseradish in vinegar (no proof of shelf stability), and smoked bologna (no proof of shelf stability) were on display without refrigeration. Moved to deli case. Commercially processed, refrigerated, ready-to-eat, time/ temperature-control-for-safety food, located in the deli case, and held more than 24 hours, is not being marked with the date it was opened. The food facility does not have a proper hand-wash sink. The use of temporary wash stations is not allowed at permanent facilities.

Hamid’s Fresh Produce, 705 Graystone Road, midway, Manheim, March 12. No violations.

Hamilton Club, 106 E. Orange St., March 12. No violations.

Harvest Moon Bagel Co., 47 N. Queen St., March 12. No violations.

Herr’s Fruit Farm, 705 Graystone Road, midway, Manheim, March 12. No violations.

Honeybee Shoppe, 705 Graystone Road, Building 4, Manheim, March 12. No violations.

Konkus Produce, 705 Graystone Road, midway, Manheim, March 12. No violations.

Michael’s Homestyle Breads, 705 Graystone Road, Building 4, Manheim, March 12. No violations.

Norma’s Soft Pretzels, 705 Graystone Road, midway, Manheim, March 12. Nonfood contact surfaces not cleaned at a frequency to preclude accumulation of dirt and soil. Exposed food preparation under dirty overhead structures and subject to potential contamination. Litter and debris under and around equipment.

Norma’s Pizza, 705 Graystone Road, Building 4, Manheim, March 12. No violations.

O & J Deli Grocery No. 2, 101 Pearl St., March 12. Raw eggs were stored above ready-to-eat foods in the reach-in refrigerator.

Reamstown Elementary School, 44 S. Reamstown Road, Reamstown, March 12. No violations.

Retherford Produce, 705 Graystone Road, midway, Manheim, March 12. No violations.

Rose City at Lancaster, 425 S. Duke St., follow-up, March 12. No violations.

Smajl’s Produce, 705 Graystone Road, midway, Manheim, March 12. No violations.

Smokehouse BBQ and Brews at Plain and Fancy, 3121 Old Philadelphia Pike, Route 30, Bird-in-Hand, March 12. Vegetable soup and chili, refrigerated, ready-to-eat, time/temperature-control-for-safety foods in the walk-in cooler, were date-marked by the facility, but were beyond the seven-day use- or sell-by date and requires discarding; discarded. Water dripping from walk-in freezer condensing unit drain line and ice buildup on floor.

Stoudt’s Orchards, 705 Graystone Road, midway, Manheim, March 12. No violations.

Stover’s Produce Auction, 705 Graystone Road, Building 9, Manheim, March 12. No violations.

T.W. Kiefer’s Meats & Cheese, 705 Graystone Road, Building 4, Manheim, March 12. No violations.

This Little Piggy, 705 Graystone Road, Building 4, Manheim, March 12. Thermometer not provided for monitoring hot and cold foods during storage and preparation.

Toriborealis Pictures and Goods, 705 Graystone Road, Building 4, Manheim, March 12. Food facility does not have available sanitizer test strips or test kit to determine appropriate sanitizer concentration.

Torres Family Bakery/Restaurant, 447 S. Prince St., March 12. No violations.

Walnut Spring Orchard, 705 Graystone Road, midway, Manheim, March 12. No violations.

Water Street Rescue Mission, 210 S. Prince St., March 12. Food facility inspection indicates evidence of rodent and insect activity. The facility is working with a pest control program. The door located between the food prep area and the loading dock has a gap and does not protect against the entry of insects, rodents and other animals.

Weis Markets No. 041, 1204 Millersville Pike, follow-up, March 12. No violations.

Ynoa Deli Grocery, 546 E. King St., March 12. Commercially processed, ready-to-eat food, located in the reach-in refrigeration unit and held more than 48 hours, is not being marked with the date it was opened. Some floor tiles require repair or replacement.

Brother’s International Foods, 806 S. Duke St., March 11. Floor in front of meat department walk-in, a nonfood contact surface, is not cleaned at a frequency to preclude accumulation of dirt and grime. All floors in the grocery area need to be cleaned. Floor in the meat department area is cracked and is not durable, smooth, nonporous or nonabsorbent. Pipe leaking in the walk-in refrigerator of the meat department. Temperature measuring device for ensuring proper temperature of equipment is not available or readily accessible in the cold cut meat cabinet; corrected on-site.

Donegal Primary, 1055 Koser Road, Mount Joy, March 11. No violations.

The Kettle Pretzel Haus, Intercourse, March 11. Loose door hinges on the door of the under counter refrigeration unit.

New Holland Evangelical United Methodist Church, 276 W. Main St., New Holland, March 11. No violations.

New Life Sushi at Shady Maple Market, 1324 Main St., East Earl, opening, March 11. No violations.

Son’s, 319 W. State St., Quarryville, March 11. No violations.

Turkey Hill Minit Market No. 245, 1991 State Road, complaint, March 11. Milk, eggs, tomatoes, deli meat were held at 44-45 F, in the walk-in cooler, rather than 41 F or below as required.

Two Cousins Pizza, 37 W. Main St., Mount Joy, March 11. Six 14-ounce containers of expired strawberry low-fat milk being offered for sale.

Waltz Vineyards at Kitchen Kettle Village, 3529 Old Philadelphia Pike, Intercourse, March 11. No violations.

Wingate by Wyndham, 2110 Llincoln Highway East, March 11. No violations.

Big Lots No. 1393, 1262 Millersville Road, March 8. The outside dumpster lids were open at the time of this inspection. A couple of floor tiles near the cash register are broken and no longer smooth and easily cleanable. Broken equipment, pallets stored in the back area outside the food facility needs to be removed. Trash, dead leaves, broken bundles of cardboard, broken wooden pallets and old returned furniture outside in the back area of the facility, creating harborage areas for rodents.

Leisure Lanes Snack Bar, 3440 Columbia Ave., March 8. Hot dogs, sausages, cheese, tomato sauce and salsa were held at 52 F in the small double-door cooler, rather than 41 F or below as required. This unit has an ambient temperature of 60 F. No temperature-control foods shall be stored in this unit until it is holding a cold holding temperature of 41 F or colder. Old food splatter in the upper interior of the microwave in the outer food service area. The wall covering behind where the metal pans for pizza are stored is chipping and no longer smooth and easily cleanable.

Neptune Diner, 924 N. Prince St., follow-up, March 8. An open employee’s beverage container was again in the back food preparation area. Food facility does not have available sanitizer test strips or test kit to determine appropriate sanitizer concentration of quaternary ammonia. The door of the walk-in freezer is heavily damaged and currently is repaired with tape which is not cleanable. The door is scheduled to be repaired. The back wall of the facility near the storage rack is broken and peeling paint and no longer smooth and easily cleanable. Wall is scheduled for repair. Back door of the food facility has a gap and does not protect against the entry of insects, rodents and other animals. Again, fish thawed in reduced-oxygen-packaging without first being removed from the package. Employees wiping off food contact surfaces with unclean cloths rather than wiping cloths stored in sanitizer solution.

Arianna’s Bakery, 158 E. Jackson St., New Holland, March 7. Window sill by coffee station has a buildup of syrup from bottles of flavorings.

China King, 1621 Manheim Pike, March 7. Raw chicken stored above cooked pork and various sauces in the walk-in cooler. Food employee eating in the food preparation area as evidenced by partially consumed food. An open employee’s beverage container was on the steam table. A grease buildup and a burnt, black residue beneath the cookline and beneath the fryers. Wet wiping cloths in the food preparation area not being stored in sanitizer solution. Cardboard, which is not cleanable, is being used for lining shelves. Food facility is using plastic, nonfood grade to-go bags, for storing food.

Emerald Foundation, 2120 Oregon Pike, March 7. Raw shell eggs stored above ready-to-eat food in the walk-in cooler. Deeply scored cutting boards not resurfaced or discarded as required. Ceiling tiles missing in the kitchen and need to be replaced. Six water-stained ceiling tiles in the kitchen. Cans of chafing fuel stored with single-service items (plastic lids for to-go trays).

Gap Auction, 5336 Mine Road, Kinzers, March 7. Food facility is using and offering for sale foods (chili, soups) prepared in an unapproved private home; discarded. The person in charge does not have adequate knowledge of food safety in this food facility as evidenced by this noncompliant inspection.

Nitrauer School, 811 Ashbourne Ave., March 7. No violations.

St. Peter Catholic Church, 1840 Marshall Lane, Elizabethtown, opening, March 7. No violations.

Sunoco Mini Mart, 1000 Columbia Ave., opening, March 7. Commercially processed, refrigerated, ready-to-eat, time/ temperature-control-for-safety food (hot dogs, sausages), located in the walk-in cooler and held more than 24 hours, is not being marked with the date it was opened. The person in charge failed to obtain a valid retail food license from the department prior to operating a retail food facility. Expired half gallon of 2 percent milk and one quart of whole milk being offered for sale. Food facility does not have available sanitizer test strips or test kit to determine appropriate sanitizer concentration of the three-compartment sink. Paper towels were not available at the hand-wash sink in the back. Raw shell eggs stored above dairy creamer in the small open-air cooling unit. Raw shell eggs stored above ice tea drinks in the walk-in cooler. The dumpster lid was left open at the time of this inspection. The floor of the walk-in cooler is broken, exposing raw cement. The floor is no longer smooth and easily cleanable.

Akron Elementary School, 125 S. 11th St., Akron, March 6. No violations.

China One, 105 Doe Run Road, Manheim, March 6. Battered chicken was held at 41-44 F on table in the prep area, rather than 41 F or below as required. Returned to refrigerator and recommended smaller amounts to be brought out for faster processing. Bowl of pasta near hand-wash sink, allowing for potential contamination. Nonfood contact surfaces, such as handles, shelves and containers in back area, not cleaned at a frequency to preclude accumulation of dirt and soil. Litter and debris on floor under and around equipment in back area.

Clay Elementary School, 250 Clay School Road, Ephrata, March 6. No violations.

Elizabeth R. Martin Elementary School, 1990 Wabank Road, March 6. Peeling paint on a crack that runs across on the floor in the food preparation area, making that area no longer smooth and cleanable.

Fox Meadows Creamery, 2475 W. Main St., Ephrata, March 6. Food employee in front food prep area not wearing a hair restraint. Chlorine test strips are not available to ensure correct sanitizer concentration. A brush and pan used to clean off grounds from coffee machine stored on side of ice machine in close proximity to the lid with the potential of grounds falling in. Two stored rubber spatulas in back kitchen that have burnt edges and are no longer smooth, easily cleanable surfaces. An accumulation of dirt and food debris at floor/wall junction in back kitchen.

Graziano-pizzeria Grill, 107 Doe Run Road, Manheim, March 6. Ice chute at soda station was to have residue and was not clean to sight and touch. Soda syrup on floor under counter.

Lancaster County Willow Street Campus, Box 527, 1730 Hans Herr Drive, Willow Street, March 6. No violations.

Locust Grove Mennonite School, 2257 Old Philadelphia Pike, March 6. Food employee’s using an unapproved setup for wash/rinse/sanitize of plastic food trays. Facility does not have a three-compartment sink for manual warewashing. Procedure ceased and trays sent back to the main kitchen (high school). Bucket used to brush/clean plastic trays located in the hand-wash sink. Sink must be accessible at all times.

Millersville Brethren in Christ Church, 3116 Blue Rock Road, Millersville, March 6. Old food residue on the drip pans of both stoves. Lights are not shielded or shatterproof over in the small storage room where two freezer are kept. Old food residue and rust on three manual can openers. Paper towel dispenser empty at the hand-wash sink in the kitchen.

Parma Pizza & Grill, 132 W Market St., Marietta, March 6. Food employees again are unable to wash hands properly due to the hot water being turned off at the both hand-wash sinks. Employee had turned the hot water off again before the inspection was over. Raw shell eggs stored above cooked chicken in the small cooler. Pita bread and lettuce stored setting directly on top of raw shell eggs in the small cooler. Raw beef stored above mayonnaise in the small cooler. Deli ham stacked above the food container rims in the pizza unit was held at 50 F, rather than 41 F or below as required. Buildup of grease beneath the fryers. A grease-soaked cloth inside the fryer unit. Old food debris and crumbs from the slicer on the floor beneath the table for the slicer. The outside of the pizza dough pans are grimy and dirty and not clean to sight and touch. Static dust and a mildew residue inside the fan guards of the walk-in cooler. Customer self-service single-use tableware (forks) is not displayed in a manner so that only the handles are touched by customers. Food employees in the food preparation area are not wearing proper hair restraints, such as nets, hats or beard covers. Wiping cloths in extremely unclean condition on the pizza preparation table. Cooked chicken and cooked beef, a refrigerated, ready-to-eat, time/temperature-control-for-safety food in the small cooler, was not labeled with a discard- or use-by date of no more than seven days and requires discarding. Single-service cups without handles rather than scoops are being used in bulk food ingredients (flour). The test strips for monitoring the concentration of the sanitizer are faded and are no longer reactive to the sanitizer. The floor/wall juncture where the soda machine is located is not covered and closed to 1/32 inch. There is coving there; however, the floor has dropped creating a very large gap between the wall and the floor. Employee prescription medication stored above the pizza preparation area in the back. Employee personal items (joint-pain relief, amino-lean pills, beet extract) were on a shelf with food and above the sandwich preparation table and not stored in dressing rooms or identified storage area as required. The person in charge does not have adequate knowledge of food safety in this food facility as evidenced by this noncompliant inspection. The person in charge has failed in their managerial duties as outlined by the food code. Time in lieu of temperature being used in the food facility to control read- to-eat potentially hazardous foods (pizza and garlic bread) without written procedures or documentation to verify disposition of food. Employee wiped off dirty knives on a dry cloth and placed knives back on the magnetic strip. Three knives with old food residue stored on the magnetic strip at the sandwich-making area. Old food residue on the inner rim of the slicer. Clean food equipment stored inside a dirty soda crate in the back. There is no water available for hand-washing or for washing and sanitizing equipment due to the water being turned off at the main valve. Paper towel dispenser empty at the hand-wash sink in the back. The person in charge has failed ensuring employees are effectively cleaning their hands routinely by using hot water and soap. The person in charge has been operating without a current retail food facility license since June 25, 2018. Deeply scored cutting boards not resurfaced or discarded as required. A mildew residue on the shelves of the walk-in cooler. The hand-wash sink in the front being used as a food preparation sink as evidenced by tomatoes in the sink. The spigots and faucets of the three-bowl sink in the back food preparation area are leaking and not in good repair. The hand-wash sink in the back is slow to drain. The linoleum floor in the back and in the front are torn and tattered and no longer smooth and easily cleanable. The floor in the women’s room is broken, exposing the wood beneath. Cleaning chemicals stored on the same shelf with food equipment (lids) in the back. A working container of glass cleaner was stored on the same shelf with single-service articles (plates) in the front service area.

Sensenig Poultry, 843 Furnace Hills Pike, Lititz, March 6. Packaged raw meat offered for sale by the food facility is not labeled with safe handling instructions. Can opener is rusted and is no longer a cleanable surface. Can opener blade is worn and needs to be replaced to prevent creating metal fragments. Floor near dock door is broken up and can no longer be effectively cleaned.

Sight & Sound Concession, 300 Hartman Bridge Road, Strasburg, March 6. No violations.

Alessio’s, 705 Graystone Road, Building 3, Manheim, March 5. No violations.

Brian Nissly Snack Stand, 705 Graystone Road, Building 5 & 1, Manheim, March 5. No violations.

Buckwalter’s Deli, 705 Graystone Road, Building 5, Manheim, March 5. No violations.

Devan’s Produce, 705 Graystone Road, Building 3, Manheim, March 5. No violations.

Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Services Inc., 1290 Prospect Road, Columbia, follow-up, March 5. An open employee’s beverage container was on the side of the stove. Employee personal items (hand lotion) were on the side of the single-bowl sink, and not stored in dressing rooms or identified storage area as required.

Enck’s Custom Catering/ Lunch Ladle, 244 Granite Run Road, March 5. Static dust on the grids of the air-return. An open employee’s beverage container was on the food preparation table near the stoves. A beef-macaroni mix placed hot in the walk-in freezer in containers greater than 4 inches deep, which is not a proper cooling method. There’s water damage and a drop of water on a ceiling tile in the back corner of the facility.

Fern’s Soft Pretzels, 705 Graystone Road, Building 5, Manheim, March 5. No violations.

Giant Food No. 6029, 550 Centerville Road, March 5. The door located in the “Click and Collect” area of the food facility has a gap and does not protect against the entry of insects, rodents and other animals.

Hodecker’s Celery Farm, 705 Graystone Road, Building 3, Manheim, March 5. No violations.

Hummer’s Meats at Roots Market, 705 Graystone Road, Building 3, Manhiem, March 5. Food employee not wearing proper hair restraint that completely controls all hair, such as a net or hat.

Knead Bread, 705 Graystone Road, Building 4, Manhiem, March 5. Banana nut bread and pumpkin rolls were held at 51 F on the display, rather than 41 F or below as required. Food employee not wearing proper hair restraint, such as beard covers.

Knepp’s Caramel Corn, 705 Graystone Road, Building 2, Manheim, March 5. Prepackaged candy is not labeled properly with the name of product, ingredient statement, net weight, distributed-by statement or nutritional facts.

Lancaster Host Expo Center, 2300 Lincoln Highway East, March 5. No violations.

Lancaster Ice Rink, 371 Carerra Drive, March 5. Food facility does not have available sanitizer test strips or test kit to determine appropriate sanitizer concentration.

Leina’s Ladle, 705 Graystone Road, Building 5, Manheim, March 5. The hand-wash sink for employees located at the service counter area is not convenient and easily accessible, as evidenced by the employees using the dish sink near the grill.

Linda’s Candies & Rice Produce, 705 Graystone Road, Building 3, Manheim, March 5. Prepackaged candies are not labeled properly with the name of product, ingredient statement, net weight, distributed-by statement or nutritional facts.

Lititz Elementary School, 20 S. Cedar St., Lititz, March 5. Cartons of food in walk-in freezer and crates of milk in walk-in cooler stored directly on the floor rather than 6 inches off of the floor as required. Internal temperature of assorted containers of milk, held in milk cooler measured in the 50s; discarded. Milk cooler operating at 50 F rather than 41 F or below.

Mary Jane’s Bake Shop, 705 Graystone Road, Building 3, Manheim, March 5. No violations.

Moe’s Southwest Grill, 530 Centerville Road, complaint, March 5. Food employee (manager) slicing cooked chicken, not wearing proper hair restraints, such as nets or hats.

Murphy’s Grocery Outlet, 705 Graystone Road, Building 3, Manheim, March 5. No violations.

Peter Piper Pickles at Roots, 705 Graystone Road, Building 3, Manheim, March 5. Food employee not wearing proper hair restraints, such as beard covers.

Piersol’s Nuts, 705 Graystone Road, Building 3, Manheim, March 5. No violations.

Pies Galore and More at Root’s Market, 705 Graystone Road, Building 3, Manheim, March 5. No violations.

Sara Mae’s Garden, 705 Graystone Road, Building 5, Manheim, March 5. No violations.

Sensenig Poultry, 705 Graystone Road, Building 3, Manheim, March 5. No violations.

Simply Greek, 705 Graystone Road, Building 3, Manhiem, March 5. No violations.

St. Leo the Great School, 2427 Marietta Ave., March 5. Commercially processed refrigerated, ready-to-eat, time/temperature-control-for-safety food (hot dogs), located in the reach-in cooler and held more than 24 hours, is not being marked with the date it was opened. Deeply scored cutting board (small, portable board) not resurfaced or discarded as required. Static dust on the fan in the food preparation area.

Stoltzfus Bakery at Root’s Market, 705 Graystone Road, Building 5, Manheim, March 5. Banana bread, zucchini bread and cream cheese-filled pastry were on display at 44 F, rather than in the refrigerator at 41 F or below as required.

Sweet Nellie, 705 Graystone Road, Building 3, Manheim, March 5. Food employee not wearing proper hair restraint, such as a net or hat.

The Duck Factory, 705 Graystone Road, Building 3, Manheim, March 5. No violations.

United Zion Retirement Community, 722 Furnace Hills Pike, Lititz, March 5. Static dust on hood baffles. A deeply scored cutting board not resurfaced or discarded as required.

Wilbur Chocolate Candy Store & Museum, 45 N. Broad St., Lititz, March 5. Three stored knives were not clean to sight or touch. Several prepackaged chocolate items do not contain ingredient information. Utensil holder, where parchment paper is stored, contained chocolate “dust” and needs to be cleaned.

Zook’s Gourmet Meats and Poultry at Roots Market, 705 Graystone Road, Building 5, Manheim, March 5. A food employee was washing their hands at the dish sink rather than the designated hand-wash sink.