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The state Department of Agriculture conducts annual inspections of food-serving businesses to ensure public safety and safe food-handling practices. Schools are inspected twice per year, according to the Bureau of Food Safety and Laboratories.

Whether an establishment is considered compliant or non-compliant is the discretion of the inspector. There are, however, several violations for which inspectors should automatically consider establishments non-compliant. Called "critical violations," they include food temperature issues, employee hygiene and issues with chemicals and how they're handled.

Depending on the severity of the situation, inspectors and their supervisors could file citations or close an establishment.

Below is a list of establishments that were inspected Jan. 20-26.

OUT OF COMPLIANCE

Regular inspections:

Flapjacks, 9 N. U.S. Route 15, Dillsburg, 9 violations

Action: Violations included a bottle of Dayquil observed on same shelf as food above prep table; several fruit fly-like insects observed in bottle of vodka in bar area; accumulation of ice observed on back of fan unit in walk-in freezer; dried residue observed on ceiling inside microwave; accumulation of static dust and grease observed in hood above fryer; black residue observed on caulking around sink in kitchen; hand wash sink in kitchen does not reach necessary temperature; and ice observed in hand wash sink in kitchen.

Note: This is the fourth time this restaurant has been ruled out of compliance since May 2014.

Brenda's Sandwiches, 401 N. George St., 15 violations

Action: Violations included bleach and weed killer observed being stored above canned beans and tomatoes; cigarette butts and ashtray found on desk in office which opens directly to food prep area; in-use tongs and spatula observed with visible dust and dirt; cut and bagged potatoes observed being stored directly on floor; sliced onions stored in Lowes bucket in walk-in cooler; chlorine test strips were wet and couldn't provide accurate reading; dumping dirty mop water in three basin sink; tomato slicer observed with food residue; single-use cup lids stored directly on floor; food residue observed in hand wash sink; hot water turned off for hand wash sink in food prep area due to leaking; rear exit of facility has gap; and rodent-like droppings in excess of 25 in various locations in kitchen and storage areas.

IN COMPLIANCE

Other-than-regular inspections:

Follow-ups:

Wolfe's Diner, 625 U.S. 15 N., Dillsburg

VFW Post No. 7130, 424 Broad St., Delta

IN COMPLIANCE

Regular inspections

Buffalo Wild Wings, 91 Wilson Ave., Hanover

El Rancho, 506 W. Elm Ave., Hanover

Bird-in-Hand Bulk Foods, 12025 Susquehanna Trail, Glen Rock

Copper's Cart, 2948 Sunset Dr., Dallastown

Country Style Deli, 12025 Susquehanna Trail, Glen Rock

Glick's Produce, 12025 Susquehanna Trail, Glen Rock

Mom's Country Grill, 12025 Susquehanna Trail, Glen Rock

Old Fashioned Pretzel Haus, 12025 Susquehanna Trail, Glen Rock

Rescue Fire Company, 50 S. School St., Dallastown

Sara's Jar Goods, 12025 Susquehanna Trail, Glen Rock

The Dairy Barn, 12025 Susquehanna Trail, Glen Rock

Goldsboro Fire Company, 53 N. York St., Newberry Township

Moses Family Jerky, 34 W. Philadelphia St.

Rutter's Farm Store, 2215 Old Trail Road, Newberry Township

Casa D'Oria Pizza, 246 Hellam St., Wrightsville

CVS Pharmacy, 4035 N. George St., Manchester

Early Learning Center, 101 Webster Ave.

Front Porch Tea Room, 25 W. Market St., Hellam Township

Nrgize Lifestyle Cafe, 351 Loucks Road

Susquehanna Area Senior Center, 2427 Craley Road, Wrightsville

Wal Mart Supercenter, 1800 Loucks Road

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