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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.

Buboo, 100 Park City Center, Oct. 26. Food facility in operation more than 90 days and has not employed a certified supervisory employee as required. Temperature-measuring device for ensuring proper temperature of equipment is not available or readily accessible in the bain-marie.

Froots, 142 Park City Center, Oct. 26. The person in charge does not have adequate knowledge of food safety in this food facility, as evidenced by this noncompliant inspection. Food facility in operation more than 90 days and has not employed a certified supervisory employee as required. Old plastic bottles were in the hand-wash sink, indicating uses other than hand-washing. Uncovered food stored in the reach-in freezer. Surface inside of the ice maker, a food-contact surface, had a pink slime substance and was not clean to sight and touch. Food facility inspection indicates evidence of insect activity; the facility is working with a pest control program.

Hickory Farms No. 11231, 100 Park City Center, 57330, Oct. 26. No violations.

Lolli & Pops, 208 Park City Center, Oct. 26. Display food stored in the employee locker room, a prohibited area for food storage. Food facility operator failed to post an original, valid Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture Food Employee Certification in a location conspicuous to the consumer.

Pan Pacific Grill/Ruby Thai Kitchen, 142 Park City Center, L0231, Oct. 26. Food facility operator failed to post an original, valid Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture Food Employee Certification in a location conspicuous to the consumer. Paper towel dispenser empty at the hand-wash sinks. Food stored in the walk-in freezer directly on the floor rather than 6 inches off of the floor as required. Ready-to-eat food stored uncovered in the walk-in refrigerator. The person in charge does not have adequate knowledge of food safety in this food facility, as evidenced by this noncompliant inspection. Old food residue, dishes and utensils in the hand-wash sink, indicating uses other than hand-washing; repeat violation.

Subway No. 3310, 100 Park City Center, L329, Oct. 26. No violations.

J B Dawson’s Restaurant & Bar, 491 Park City Center, complaint, Oct. 25. Food employee eating or tasting food in the food prep area. An employee’s open beverage container was on the cook line counter, a food preparation area.

Caruso’s, 3545 Marietta Ave., Oct. 24. Food employees eating in the food preparation area, as evidenced by partially consumed food. Food employees preparing food were not wearing a beard cover. An extreme amount of black-and-tan residue up inside the ice maker; the ice maker was placed out of service. Several tools stored on food equipment. Refrigerated ready-to-eat, time/temperature-control-for-safety food (pasta, lasagna, soup and beef) prepared in the food facility and held for more than 24 hours is not being date-marked. Raw wood, which is absorbent and not cleanable, is being used on the wall near the ice maker and as a table for storing bulk foods. Food employee stated he used his bare hands to retrieve bread from the bread drawer to make his sandwich. The door of the walk-in freezer is heavily damaged and can no longer close properly, creating a buildup of ice inside the cooler. Miscellaneous clutter in different areas of the facility: behind the heater, on a shelf in the food preparation area, where the cleaning chemicals are stored, and the area around the three-compartment sink. A container of liquid soap was stored on top of the ice maker. The person in charge does not have adequate knowledge of food safety in this food facility, as evidenced by this noncompliant inspection. An open heat duct coming from the heater has the potential of contaminating food and food equipment.

Frank’s Fine Swine and Beef, 2846 Main St., Morgantown, opening, Oct. 24. No violations.

Garden Spot Village, 433 S. Kinzer Ave., New Holland, opening, Oct. 24. Food stored under dirty ventilation ducts and is subject to potential contamination. Food-contact surface of plastic covers and containers are not smooth, easily cleaned and/or resistant to pitting, cracking or scratching. Utensils and food containers, food-contact surfaces, on a drying shelf had food residue and were not clean to sight and touch. Clean food equipment and/or utensils in drying area stored wet in a manner that does not allow for draining and/or air-drying (wet nesting).

J & E Food and Grocery LLC, 544 Woodard St., Oct. 24. No violations.

Lancaster Day Care Center, 146 S. Queen St., Oct. 24. No violations.

Nanak Enterprises/Gas Mart, 653 Columbia Ave., Oct. 24. Cardboard being used to line shelves in the reach-in refrigerator. An accumulation of dust on non-food-contact surfaces.

Pizza Hut No. 23040, 2 Trolley Run Road, Lititz, complaint, Oct. 24. Food employee at prep station was not wearing a proper hair restraint.

Rieker Bottle Works LLC, 602 W. King St., Oct. 24. Food facility operator failed to post an original, valid Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture Food Employee Certification in a location conspicuous to the consumer.

Whitelock & Woerth Store, 1220 Georgetown Road, Christiana, Oct. 24. No violations.

Burrowes School, 1001 E. Orange St., Oct. 23. Wall in the kitchen area is damaged and needs to be repaired.

China III, 5513 Main St., East Petersburg, Oct. 23. Raw chicken stored above assorted sauces in the walk-in cooler. Raw shell eggs being stored above sugar peas in the small cooler. Raw chicken, pork and beef thawing at room temperature on the food preparation table and in the sink, which is not an approved thawing method. Cooked chicken was held near the cook line at 60 F for an unknown amount of time, rather than at 41 F or below as required. Cardboard, which is not cleanable, is being used on these surfaces: shelves in the upright freezers and between the wok area and the smoker. Employee personal hygiene items and supplements were stored above flour and not stored in dressing rooms or identified storage areas as required. A coffee brewer was on a food preparation table in the back. An employee’s open beverage container was on a shelf with food for customers in the back food preparation area. Wet wiping cloths were on the food preparation table in the back and were not being stored in sanitizer solution. A clothlike material was stuffed into the open hole on top of the grease trap. First aid supplies were being stored near the cook line on a table with food, and are a possible source of contamination. The person in charge does not have adequate knowledge of food safety in this food facility, as evidenced by this noncompliant inspection. A bag of raw beef was thawing in the three-compartment sink with a bottle of soap detergent. A non-food-grade hose was being used to carry water from the food preparation sink to the wok area for cooking. The three-compartment sink is missing the three stoppers for washing/rinsing/sanitizing. The facility is using an unapproved method for properly washing/rinsing/sanitizing. Torn rubber door gaskets on the walk-in cooler. Food facility is reusing to-go plastic bags to store food, which is intended to be a single-service or single-use article. Old food residue and grease in large, gray totes and in white tubs. Old food residue inside the holes of the grinder plate, which was stored as clean. Soap was not available at the hand-wash sink in the back food preparation area. Working containers in the facility, used for storing cleaners taken from bulk supplies, were not marked with the common name of the chemical. Food employee changed tasks and may have contaminated hands without a proper hand-washing in between. Employee was performing several tasks without washing hands and changing gloves.The area above the cook line has old food residue and condensate dripping onto and into food and food equipment. A buildup of old food residue and grease in and around the drain beneath the cook line. Two small fans in the facility had an accumulation of static dust on them. No chemical sanitizer is being used on equipment and utensils after washing and rinsing them, and prior to use. Water leaking from beneath the hand-wash sink in the front area. Employee personal belongings were set on top of food for the customers.

Community School East, 1050 New Holland Pike, Oct. 23. No violations.

Dash Alternative School, 630 Rockland St., Oct. 23. No violations.

Dollar General No. 8436, 3337 Lincoln Highway East, Paradise, Oct. 23. No violations.

Esh’s Discount Grocery, 103 Carriage Drive, Gordonville, Oct. 23. One gallon of white milk offered for sale with expired sell-by date; discarded. Static dust accumulation on the walk-in cooler condensing unit fan covers.

Farmersville Butcher Shop, 37 W. Farmersville Road, Ephrata, Oct. 23. Stored knives, food-contact surfaces, had food residue and were not clean to sight and touch. Knife holder needs to be cleaned and sanitized after knives. Cartons of raw eggs stored over ready-to-eat foods. Some packaged candies do not contain the full address or telephone number and/or ingredients.

Lancaster County Christian School, 2384 New Holland Pike, Oct. 23. No violations.

Luca, 436 W. James St., Suite 200, type 2 follow-up, Oct. 23. No violations.

Luca Catering, 436 W. James St., Suite 103, Oct. 23. No violations.

Mad Anthony’s, Morgantown Farm Market, 2846 Main St., Morgantown, opening, Oct. 23. Wood countertop not smooth and nonabsorbent.

Mama Donna’s Bakery, Morgantown Farm Market, 2846 Main St., Morgantown, opening, Oct. 23. No violations.

Manor Buffet, 2090 Lincoln Highway East, complaint, Oct. 23. Food thermometers are not available for the food employees who are cooking and reheating foods.

Meadow View Jerseys, 172 S. Farmersville Road, Leola, Oct. 23. Whoopie pies made by a third party vendor do not contain any labeling.

Mulberry Street School, 47 S. Mulberry St., Oct. 23. No violations.

Olive Garden No. 1742, 35 S. Willowdale Drive, complaint, Oct. 23. No violations.

Phoenix Academy, 630 Rockland St., Oct. 23. No violations.

Pour, 114 N. Prince St., Oct. 23. No violations.

Project Search, 554 N. Duke St., Oct. 23. No violations.

Promised Land Produce, 2846 Main St., Morgantown, opening, Oct. 23. No violations.

Ross Elementary School, 840 N. Queen St., Oct. 23. No violations.

School to Work, 1066 New Holland Pike, Oct. 23. No violations.

Signatures by Angell Catering, 2846 Main St., Morgantown, opening, Oct. 23. Wood shelving and supports are not sealed or painted so that they are nonabsorbent.

Sole Shack, 2846 Main St., Morgantown, opening, Oct. 23. Wood legs and shelving are not smooth and nonabsorbent.

Speedway No. 06720, 1704 Columbia Ave., Oct. 23. Two half-gallon containers of whole milk and two gallon containers of whole milk that were beyond the sell-by date were being offered for sale. Torn rubber door gaskets on the door to the walk-in cooler. The drip pan of the slushy machine was leaking onto the floor; a work order for repair has been placed. Dead leaves, debris and trash on the inside of the dumpster corral. Liquid handsoap stored on the same shelf with food tongs and food containers. Residue inside the drain beneath the three-compartment sink. Food facility does not employ a certified food employee as required. The facility has employees scheduled to attend a state-recognized food safety class. The doors for the outside dumpster corral are broken and cannot be properly closed. There is a work order for the repair. Mops are not being hung to air-dry.

St. Leo The Great School, 2427 Marietta Ave., Oct. 23. Food employee preparing food while wearing a watch.

Women & Babies Hospital, 690 Good Drive, Oct. 23. Four half-pints of white milk offered for sale with expired sell-by date; items discarded. Paper towel dispenser empty at the hand-wash sink in the backroom; corrected. Ceiling panel made of bare wood and plastic used to close off hole in wooden panel.

Beer Ink, 586 Centerville Road, Oct. 22. No violations.

Cherry Hill Orchard Outlet, 400 Long Lane, Oct. 22. No violations.

Dunkin’ Donuts, 807 E. Main St., Mount Joy, complaint, Oct. 22. No violations.

Evergreen Diner, 325 N. Reading Road, Ephrata, Oct. 22. Cottage cheese, some salad dressings, cut tomatoes and cut melons in front bain-marie had internal temperatures of 44-46 F rather than 41 F or below as required. Food facility has a reminder statement on the menu for foods that are/or could be served raw or undercooked to the consumer, however it does not clearly disclose which foods the reminder statement applies to.

Five Guys Burgers and Fries No. 0233, 2090 Lincoln Highway East, Oct. 22. Food facility is using duct tape to repair the drain pipe on the three-compartment sink, which is not an approved material.

Giant Food No. 6029, 550 Centerville Road, Oct. 22. Meat, seafood and dairy departments, and chicken walk-in cooler and warehouse contained static dust on the fan guards. In prepared foods, wheels and legs of the chicken fryer and beneath the oven, non-food-contact surfaces, were not cleaned at a frequency to preclude accumulation of dirt and soil. In the warehouse, there was excessive webbing on fixtures, lights and beams near the ceiling. In the warehouse and seafood department, food employee personal belongings were being stored on top of food or hanging on racks contacting utensils, even though lockers are provided. In the bakery department, old food residue was on cake pans, cupcake pans, loaf pans, lids, utensils, spatulas and tongs, all stored as clean. In the warehouse, single-service, single-use articles (cups, lids, containers) were stored directly on the floor, and not 6 inches above the floor as required.

Hissho Sushi at Giant No. 6029, 550 Centerville Road, Oct, 22. Food facility has an original certificate posted, but the location is not conspicuous for public viewing. A working container of sanitizer was stored on the same shelf with food (avocados), on a table in the food preparation area. The certified food manager was not wearing a proper beard cover while preparing food.

Lancaster Mennonite High School, 2176 Lincoln Highway East, Oct. 22. Four half-pints of white milk were offered for sale with expired sell-by dates; discarded.

Next Door Food Store, 644 Main St., Ephrata, change of owner, Oct. 22. Person In charge is not familiar with how to wash, rinse and sanitize utensils and air pots. Cartons of raw eggs are situated on shelf in walk-in cooler above ready-to-eat foods. Self-service tongs for beef jerkey are located on top of jar, unprotected. Outside, on sides of facility on the ground, wood, old tires and some trash need to be removed from premises. (If compressor does not operate, remove by Oct. 22, 2019). Chlorine test strips are not available to ensure correct sanitizer concentration. Tiles on floor behind energy drink refrigerator are missing and need to be replaced so that the floor is smooth and easily cleaned. Cold water is not available at three-bay sink.

St. Anne School cafeteria, 929 N. Duke St., Oct. 22. No violations.

Wendy’s No. 6444, 1075 S. State St., Ephrata, complaint, Oct. 22. No violations.

Wheatland Middle School, 919 Hamilton Park Drive, Oct. 22. No violations.

Stevens Fire Company, 91 Stevens Road, Stevens, Oct. 20. Donated baked goods made in firefighters’ homes include time/temperature-control-for-safety foods (pumpkin pie and pumpkin roll containing cream cheese filling), which are not permitted to be made in a facility that is not licensed.

Burger King No. 1514, 5300 Main St., East Petersburg, Oct. 19. Hood system is not adequate to remove heat and/or grease, as evidenced by condensate and grease collecting on the ansul system and edge of hood over fryers.

Just Wing It, 89 E. Main St., Mount Joy, Oct. 19. Employees were unable to properly wash their hands at the hand-wash sink due to the water being turned off. Tools (screwdriver, small saw) stored on the same shelf with containers of food on the storage rack in the back. The food facility does not maintain Food Employee Certification records as required. Water leaking from beneath the three-compartment sink. The outside waste receptacle has been removed by the provider; a new one will replace it.

Lancaster County Citizens Band Radio Club, 134 Mount Hope School Road, Willow Street, Oct. 19. No violations.

Little Britain Store, 10 N. Little Britain Road, Quarryville, Oct. 19. Six half-gallons of white milk offered for sale with expired sell-by date; items discarded. Commercially processed, refrigerated, ready-to-eat, time/temperature-control-for-safety foods (deli meats) located in the deli case and held more than 24 hours are not being date-marked. Single-service, single-use articles stored directly on the floor, and not 6 inches above the floor as required. Food stored directly on the floor in walk-in freezer rather than 6 inches off of the floor. Grease accumulation on the floor around the grease trap in back storage room. A brownish, moist residue accumulation on the walk-in cooler condensing unit.

Rohrerstown Diner, 2211 Marietta Ave., follow-up, Oct. 19. Old food residue on the inner rim of the meat slicer. Food employees on the cook line were not wearing beard covers.

United Pentecostal Church of Lancaster, 160 School House Road, opening, Oct. 29. No violations.

Aladdin Food Management Services (Olewine Dining Commons), 901 Eden Road, Oct. 18. Exhaust baffles missing from above the kettle area. Old food residue on the inner rim of the meat slicer. Large accumulation of label residue on stacked food containers.

Auntie Anne’s (PA No. 203) (MFF TYPE 3), 108 Buckingham Lane, Gordonville, Oct. 18. No violations.

Chen’s House, 320 Honeysuckle Drive, Marietta, follow-up, Oct. 18. A cellphone was propped up for viewing on the food preparation table; new violation. Raw shrimp stored above sauce in the walk-in cooler. Old food residue on peelers and a knife stored inside a can in the food preparation area. Pork used for wonton was thawing at room temperature on the food preparation table, which is not an approved thawing method; new violation.

Community School Southeast, 1050 New Holland Ave., Oct. 18. No violations.

El Rodeo, 1441 Manheim Pike, Oct. 18. Thermometers being stored in sanitizer rather than water or in an empty container. White mildew on the undersides of the shelves in the walk-in cooler. Water leaking from beneath the three-compartment sink. Clean dish racks stored on the floor in the food preparation area. Soap was not available at the hand-wash sink in the food preparation area. Salsa, a refrigerated ready-to-eat, time/temperature-control-for-safety food, located in the walk-in cooler, was date-marked by the facility but was beyond the seven-day use- or sell-by date and requires discarding. A chain saw was being stored on the same shelf with food equipment.

Jay Truck, Elizabethtown College, One Alpha Drive, Elizabethtown, Oct. 18. No violations.

Lancaster Host Expo Center, 2300 Lincoln Highway East, opening, Oct. 18. Side service door of the food facility has a gap and does not protect against the entry of insects, rodents and other animals.

Locust Grove Mennonite School, 2257 Old Philadelphia Pike, Oct. 18. No violations.

Olive Garden No. 1742, 35 S. Willowdale Drive, Oct. 18. Loose or broken door hinges on the salad cold holding unit. Torn rubber door gaskets on the undercounter freezer and on the refrigerator located in the server beverage area. Static dust accumulation on the air vent above the kitchen area beverage station. Employee handling dirty dishes and operating the mechanical dishmachine dipped hands in sanitizer bucket and then proceeded to handle clean dishware, which is not an approved hand-washing method.

School to Work, 1066 New Holland Ave., Oct. 18. Food facility hot water heater was not producing enough hot water to supply the hand-wash sink at the time of this inspection.

Subway, 322 Honeysuckle Drive, Marietta, Oct. 18. Employee snack food (sliced cake) stored on a rack above food for customers. Food utensils near the steam table were stored in a container of water that is not maintained at 135 F. Tattered and torn black bread forms pose possible physical contamination of bread. Food facility has an original certificate posted, but the location is not conspicuous for public viewing. Employee personal items (hand lotion) were stored above the food preparation table and not stored in dressing rooms or an identified storage area as required.

America’s Auto Auction, 1040 Commercial Ave., East Petersburg, Oct. 17. Staff wringing out a cloth in the designated hand-wash sink out in the front service area. Three working containers of sanitizer were stored on the same shelf with food and food equipment in the make station. The floor of the facility is chipping paint in some places and the caulking is separating and creating gaps where food crumbs will collect.

Funk Brewing Co., 28 S. Market St., Elizabethtown, Oct. 17. Raw, wooden exposed surfaces at front bar. Facility does not have an irreversible registering thermometer required for measuring the utensil surface temperature.

Hambright Elementary School, 3000 Charlestown Road, Oct. 17. Meatballs with sauce, a refrigerated ready-to-eat, time/temperature-control-for-safety food, in the walk-in cooler, was date-marked by the facility but was beyond the seven-day use- or sell-by date and requires discarding.

Harvest Lancaster, 1573 Fruitville Pike, opening, Oct. 17. No violations.

Hempfield Beverage Co., 121 Church Road, Landisville, opening, Oct. 17. No violations.

Lancaster County CTC Willow Street Campus, 1730 Hans Herr Drive, Willow Street, Oct. 17. Several cases of food stored in the walk-in freezer with an accumulation of ice on the exterior surface of the boxes; discarded. The walk-in freezer condensing unit drain is not in good repair, and an ice accumulation is forming on the floor and on food products stored under the condensing unit.

Manor Middle School, 2950 Charlestown Road, Oct. 17. No violations.

Meadow Brook Farm Market, 1919 Kirkwood Pike, Kirkwood, Oct. 17. Water test results indicate bacteria present, and water does not meet requirements.

Quarryville Elementary School, 211 S. Hess St., Quarryville, Oct. 17. Six to eight floor tiles in the kitchen area are cracked and no longer smooth and cleanable. The door handle on the upright freezer is damaged and repaired with tape, which is not an approved material for food service equipment.