West Goshen Acme fouls 2nd inspection in a month, 6th in 2 years: Numerous expired perishable foods were observed throughout the facility

West Goshen Acme fouls 2nd inspection in a month, 6th in 2 years: Numerous expired perishable foods were observed throughout the facility

West Chester, PA

ACME- WEST GOSHEN

907 PAOLI PIKE
West Chester, PA 19380
610-431-4726

The Chester County Health Department conducted an expected follow-up retail food inspection on 7/6/2020. As result of that inspection, and due to the severity of the specific violations the Acme in West Goshen Township was cited as being, “Out of Compliance” with Pennsylvania’s food safety regulations. During this inspection a total of 1 violation was found.

This marks the second inspection in a month Acme was found “Out of Compliance” according to the Chester County Health Department. It’s the sixth going back to July 2018:

Most Recent Inspection Inspection Type In Compliance  
06/19/2020 Regular Out Violation(s) 6
01/24/2020 Follow-up In  
01/21/2020 Opening Out Violation(s) 1
07/31/2019 Follow-up In Violation(s) 1
07/24/2019 Follow-up Out Violation(s) 3
07/10/2019 Regular Out Violation(s) 11
11/07/2018 Follow-up In  
10/26/2018 Follow-up Out Violation(s) 1
08/14/2018 Emergency Response In  
07/24/2018 Follow-up In Violation(s) 2
07/10/2018 Regular Out Violation(s) 7

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

  • Numerous expired perishable foods were observed throughout the facility within refrigerated merchandisers, including: * Milk * Prepackaged deli turkey & ham Closely monitor dates on all foods. Foods with expired sell-by/use by dates must be removed from storage/sales areas and discarded. Note: Staff called to merchandisers to review all product dates at time of inspection.

West Goshen Acme bumbles 5th inspection in 2 years; Deli meat loaves with expired use-by dating, expired infant and baby formula, expired perishable foods were observed throughout the facility