Expired milk, food residue buildup, and incorrectly-thawed fish are all in the latest round of PA food inspections.
Wasabi Japanese restaurant in Lancaster County was out of compliance with 17 violations. Inspectors wrote that the person in charge does not have adequate knowledge of food safety.
Food was stored directly on the floor, fish wasn’t thawed correctly, raw sushi wasn’t properly labeled, and there was black moist residue in the ice machine.
Premium Food Mart on Lisburn Road in Cumberland County was out of compliance with eight violations.
Inspectors found gas cans stored near food, they threw out bottles of expired chocolate milk, they discovered the hand wash sink was full of cigarette cartons, and there was dried residue in the walk-in cooler.
Millerburger hotel in Dauphin County was out of compliance with ten violations. Inspectors’ notes show several were corrected on-site.
The person in charge did not demonstrate adequate knowledge of the PA food code. Inspectors found old drink and food residue in the soda dispenser, and several spots in the food prep area had dripping grease and old debris accumulation.
Restaurants with no violations include China Wok in Millersville, Aunt Ruthie’s Gourmet Coffee and Tea in Lancaster County, Karn’s Food in Carlisle, and Corner Cafe at Penn State Hershey Medical Center.
For a full list of PA restaurant inspections, click on this link: https://www.pafoodsafety.state.pa.us/web/inspection/publicinspectionsearch.aspx