Food service inspections announced

The City of Warren and the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture have announced the results of recent inspections at local food service establishments.

Inspections in the city reported Feb. 1 include:

Woman’s Club, 310 Market St., no violations;

Liberty Street Cafe, 211 Liberty St., one critical violation – uncovered food found in refrigerator; one non-critical violation – kitchen floor needs cleaned around and under appliances;

Subby’s/Ralph’s, 300 Pennsylvania Ave. E., no violations;

First United Methodist Church, 200 Market St., no violations;

Jefferson DeFrees Family Center, 201 Second Ave., no violations;

Cronie’s Pub, 707 Pennsylvania Ave. E., no violations;

Toriella’s Treats “appears closed for business.”

Inspections reported by the Bureau of Food Safety and Laboratory Services include:

AMVETS Post #050, Stoney Run Road, Sugar Grove, one violation – chemical sanitizer not detected in final rinse cycle of low-temperature dishwasher. Facility will wash dishes by hand under machined is repaired;

Country Fair #0010, 161 Pleasant Drive, one violation – condensate dripping from the cooling unit onto the floor below, no products stored below the unit at this time. Pan placed below drip;

Fox’s Pizza Den, 1751 Market St., four violations – working plastic container located on storage shelf above the three basin ware wash sink with green liquid not marked with the common name of the chemical; door handles of reach-in cold hold unit, and reach-in freezer have a buildup of food residue, and need to be cleaned; buildup of dust on the fan guards and the exterior of the cooling unit in the walk-in cooler; interior wall of the walk-in cooler and metal shelving unit have a buildup of static dust, and need to be cleaned;

Rolling Express Tobacco, 980 Market St., no violations;

WalMart #3429, 2901 Market St. Ext., four violations – one quart of infant formula expired (two weeks); buildup of debris/litter on the shelves of the glass door reach-in freezers, located in the center of the sales floor; walk-in freezer, located in the meat department, had a large block of frozen condensate in unit and condensate on ceiling and floor; buildup of static dust and grease in the filters of the ventilation hood system above two roasters in the deli department.