The latest food safety violations in Lebanon County

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Here are the most recent food safety violations in Lebanon County, as documented by Pennsylvania’s Department of Agriculture.

Inspections are taken as a “snapshot” of the day and time, and should not necessarily be taken as overall indicators of an establishment’s cleanliness. Violations are often corrected prior to the inspector leaving the site. Restaurants were found to be in compliance unless otherwise noted.

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Dutch-Way Farm Market

October 26, 2020 | 649 E. Lincoln Ave., Myerstown, PA 17067

3 – 501.16(A2)(B) Time/Temperature Control for Safety Food, Cold Holding
Deviled eggs during processing were at 64° rather than 41°F.

4 – 101.11 Characteristics – Materials for Construction and Repair
Food contact surfaces of plastic containers are not smooth, easily cleanable and/or resistant to pitting, cracking, or scratching.

4 – 903.11 (A-B)(D) Equipment, Utensils and Linens, Storing
Observed clean food equipment and/or utensils in dish washing areas, stored wet in a manner that does not allow for draining and/or air drying (wet nesting).

6 – 501.12 Cleaning, Frequency and Restrictions
Litter alnd debris under and around items in warehouse area.

2 – 402.11 Effectiveness-Hair Restraints
Some food employees observed wearing proper hair restraints, such as nets, hats in a manner that did not control all hair.

4 – 601.11(A) Equipment, Food Contact Surfaces, Nonfood Contact Surfaces and Utensils
Ice machine not cleaned at a frequency to prevent the presence of mold.

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Dunkin Donut / Baskin Robbins

October 28, 2020 | 2199 W. Cumberland St., West Lebanon, PA 17042

4 – 101.19 Materials for Surfaces that are Nonfood-Contact Surfaces
Wood legs / Concreted block legs / Steel legs supporting Ice Machines, in the rear area, are not smooth, non-absorbent, corrosion resistant.

4 – 501.11 Good Repair & Proper Adjustment-Equipment
Loose or broken door hinges observed on Cold Hold unit at ice cream area. Loose rubber door gaskets observed on the cold hold unit at ice cream area.

Sycamore Spring Orchard

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October 29, 2020 | 1901 Thompson Ave., Jonestown, PA 17038

3 – 602.11 Food Labels
Prepackaged bulk foods are not labeled properly with the name of product, ingredient statement and/or nutritional facts.

4 – 302.14 Sanitizing Solutions, Testing Devices
Food facility does not have available sanitizer test strips or test kit to determine appropriate sanitizer concentration.

5 – 102.13 Water Sampling
Food facility is using an approved non-public water system, but does not have current laboratory testing results for water potability.

5 – 205.11 Using a Handwashing Sink-Operation and Maintenance
Observed employee dispose of milk into dedicated hand wash sink in food prep kitchen.

Krall’s General Store

October 29, 2020 | 27 W. Market St., Jonestown, PA 17038

5 – 205.15 System Maintained in Good Repair
Plumbing system not maintained in good repair – observed water leaking at the dedicated hand was sink.

3 – 501.17 Ready-to-Eat, Time/Temperature Control for Safety Food, Date Marking
Refrigerated, ready to eat TCS (Time temperature control for safety) food prepared by a food processing plant found not marked, at the time the original container was opened & held more than 24 hours at the retail food facility.

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Justine’s Place

October 29, 2020 | 1663 N. 7th St., Lebanon, PA 17046

4 – 602.13 Nonfood-Contact Surfaces
Dust on overhead fixtures in back room.

Mini Mart

November 2, 2020 | 1499 E. Cumberland St., Lebanon, PA 17042

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3 – 403.11 Reheating for Hot Holding
Sausages and hot dogs, were not reheated to 165°F for 15 seconds as required before being placed on the roller grill for holding at 135°F or greater for periods that are longer than 4 hours.

46.1201 (a) Statutory requirement.
New food facility in operation more than 90 days and has not employed a certified food employee as required.

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