HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) - The Department of Agriculture found restaurants with violations in Lancaster and Cumberland counties during inspections this week.
McDonald`s on Limekiln Road in New Cumberland was out of compliance with eight violations. The inspector found dozens of foods like chicken fingers, milk and cream cheese were not kept cold enough, and $1,000 worth of food had to be thrown away. A black mold residue was found on the nozzles of the drive-through soda machine, food debris was found on the inside of the milk machine near the drive-through, and the inspector observed an employee's personal food on prep surfaces.
Bob Evans on Hempland Road in Lancaster was out of compliance with eight violations. The inspector found expired milk was being used for customer drinks and coffee, the manager and food employees were not wearing hair nets while preparing food, and there was old food residue found in cake pans that were already cleaned.
Places with no violations include The Other Place in York, Lombardo's Restaurant in Lancaster, The Juice Factory in Carlisle, and Kindred Place in Harrisburg.
The Department of Agriculture has a searchable database of Pennsylvania restaurant inspections on its website.