20 violations for Wyncote Cafe & Snack Bar; Employee shoes stored on top of deli paper, 24-hour follow-up inspection will be conducted

20 violations for Wyncote Cafe & Snack Bar; Employee shoes stored on top of deli paper, 24-hour follow-up inspection will be conducted

Wyncote, PA

Wyncote Cafe & Snack Bar

8460 LIMEKILN PIKE
WYNCOTE, PA 19095

The Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services Office of Public Health (MCOPH) conducted an unannounced retail food inspection on 7/8/2020. As a result of that inspection, and due to the severity of the specific violations the Wyncote Cafe & Snack Bar was cited as being, “Out of Compliance” with Pennsylvania’s food safety regulations. During this inspection a total of 20 violations were found and include one or more violations determined to be food borne illness risk factors.

The inspector made the following comments in support of the violations found during the inspection:

  • Food license not posted in public view.

  • Facility lacking sign stating “The most recent health inspection report is available on request”. Sign must be posted conspicuously for the public. EHS emailed sign during inspection.

  • Facility lacking a Certified Food Sanitation Manager (CFSM) issued by Montgomery County Office of Public Health (MCOPH). Facility was granted 6 months to attain (5-18-20). Facility granted 10 business days to complete. Failure to comply by given deadline could lead to legal action. EHS emailed copy of reciprocity application and fee schedule.

  • Facility is lacking a written vomit/fecal incident procedure at time of inspection. Sample document emailed during inspection.

  • Employee water bottle stored on prep surface.

  • Hand sink with hose attached to faucet and could not be accessed. Hand sink may only be used for hand washing and supplied only for hand washing.

  • Cream with sell by date of 7/6/20 in 1 door tall refrigerator. Facility voluntarily discarded.

  • TCS foods in prep refrigerator and 1 door tall refrigerator recorded with internal temperatures of 52F-64F. Facility voluntarily discarded eggs, cut lettuce, cheese, cut tomato, bacon, and sausage during inspection.

  • Large container of mayo stored at room temperature after opening. Facility voluntarily discarded.

  • Date marking lacking on open cheese and other prepared/opened foods. All foods that are TCS, RTE, and held longer than 24hrs must be marked with a discard date not to exceed 7days or the manufacturers sell by date. Commercially processed foods must also include an open date. EHS emailed a copy of date marking guidance document at the time of inspection.

  • Food prep refrigerator recorded with ambient temperature of 48F. Facility voluntarily discarded all TCS foods. Facility must immediately stop using the unit. Facility may not use the unit until serviced by licensed professional, AND unit is operating at 41F or below, AND written permission is granted by MCOPH. Send service report to the email provided. Failure to comply or await permission before using unit may lead to legal action.

  • 1 door tall refrigerator recorded with ambient temperature of 58F. Facility voluntarily discarded all TCS foods. Facility must immediately stop using the unit. Facility may not use the unit until serviced by licensed professional, AND unit is operating at 41F or below, AND written permission is granted by MCOPH. Send service report to the email provided. Failure to comply or await permission before using unit may lead to legal action.

  • Facility lacking food probe thermometer.

  • Facility lacking quaternary test strips. (measures volume of chemical sanitizer in water)

  • Exterior of all equipment in facility observed with heavy food debris residue. A 24 hour follow-up inspection will be conducted to ensure the facility has properly cleaned. Failure to comply may lead to legal action.

  • Excessive oil/grease accumulation on table next to fryer and sides of fryer. A 24 hour follow-up inspection will be conducted to ensure the facility has properly cleaned. Failure to comply may lead to legal action.

  • Mop sink obstructed by boxes in basin and shelf in front of sink.

  • Women’s restroom lacking a covered trash receptacle.

  • Floors and walls of facility observed with excessive debris accumulation. A 24-hour follow-up inspection will be conducted to ensure the facility has properly cleaned. Failure to comply may lead to legal action.

  • Employee shoes stored on top of deli paper.