HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) - The Department of Agriculture found expired baby formula and bugs during this week's food safety inspections.
Tania's Mexican Restaurant on Carlisle Road in Aspers was out of compliance with 21 violations. The inspection report says there were dying roach-like insects and old decaying insect bodies that were not cleaned up. A can of Raid was being stored with food and food equipment, which is a restricted use of pesticides. Mold residue was found on the slush machines, and a black/brown slime was found in the ice machine.
Sunnyway Foods on Warm Spring Road in Chambersburg was out of compliance with 15 violations. Inspectors found expired baby formula for sale, a knife used in the bakery had been repaired with duct tape, raw hamburger was stored above ready to eat foods, and employees were not wearing hairnets.
Spanky's on West King Street in York was out of compliance with 10 violations. Mold was found in the ice machine, there was evidence of rodent and insect activity in the kitchen area, chemicals were stored above or on the same shelf with food, and foods in the refrigerator and freezer were not covered.
Places with no violations include New Oxford Middle School, Central Pennsylvania Food Bank, Good Taste Restaurant in Lancaster, and River Bend Brewing Company in Newport.
The Department of Agriculture has a searchable database of Pennsylvania restaurant inspections on its website.