Restaurant Report: Animal blood, decaying pests

HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) – In the latest round of state Department of Agriculture restaurant inspections, Bricker’s Pizza in Hershey was found out of compliance with nine violations. Inspectors say food wasn’t being date-marked, and employees were not wearing proper hair restraints or properly handling potentially hazardous foods. Plus, there was “residue” on the ice machine.

In Lancaster, Stop and Run was out of compliance with 15 violations; several repeated from past inspections. Inspectors said the person in charge does not have adequate knowledge of food safety. They found chicken blood on the shelves and floor of the walk-in cooler. Food requiring refrigeration was stored at room temperature, and there was no soap available at the hand-washing sink.

Rendez Vous Caribbean Restaurant in Chambersburg was out of compliance with seven violations. Inspectors found old and decaying pests in pest control devices, the refrigeration shelving equipment wasn’t being cleaned before being used for “raw-animal derived foods,” and there was a lot of dust.

Establishments with no violations include Lancaster General Hospital’s cafeteria, Rocky’s BBQ in Lancaster, Valley Green Beverage in York County, and Mama Bair’s Subs in Carlisle.

For a full list of Pennsylvania restaurant inspections, click here.

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