102 N TYSON AVE
GLENSIDE, PA 19038
The Montgomery County Health Department conducted an unannounced retail food inspection on 1/22/2021. As a result of that inspection, and due to the severity of the specific violations Humpty Dumplings was cited as being, “Out of Compliance” with Pennsylvania’s food safety regulations. During this inspection a total of 13 violations were found.
The inspector made the following comments in support of the violations found during the inspection:
- CFSM certificate not available on site.
- Lacking handwashing signage at kitchen hand sink.
- No paper towels provided in women’s restroom.
- Rodent-like droppings observed on floor of facility along perimeters and under shelving/equipment. Facility must clean and sanitize and have a licensed pest control service. Send pest control report to email provided within 10 business days. Pest control report must state treatment of target pest.
- Facility shares walk-in freezer space with another facility; shelves and foods not marked to identify which foods belong to which facility.
- Facility found to be drying clean wares inside of 3 compartment sink basins. Facility removed items from sink during inspection.
- Opened cans not transferred into food grade containers after opening in walk-in refrigerator.
- Lacking quaternary test strips for sanitizer.
- Mop sink lacking faucet/water supply. Install hot and cold water supply to sink.
- Kitchen hand sink faucet with corrosion and scale accumulation.
- Facility has installed an air gap drain on 2 bay food prep sink but air gap is insufficient. Pipes hanging below flood level rim of indirect drain and pipes must be moved above lip of drain for proper backflow prevention.
- (3 times repeat violation)Floors in main prep kitchen worn down to raw concrete with cracks; not smooth non-porous, and easily cleaned. Seal with a minimum of a semi gloss finish. Failure to correct and maintain repeat violations could lead to legal action.
- Walk-in refrigerator floor with damage, exposed raw concrete; not smooth non-porous, and easily cleaned.
This story was updated to reflect the inspection was conducted by the Montgomery County Health Department and not the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture.