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Wegmans, McKenzie Among May Health Inspections

Anthony's Pizza and East Star Chinese were also inspected last month.

Below are the results of health inspections conducted last month in East Whiteland, Willistown and Malvern. The inspections are conducted by Chester County Health Department, and the reports are available through the State Dept. of Agriculture.

The location, type and type of inspection is listed, along with the number of violations. Establishments were found to be in overall compliance with health standards, unless otherwise noted.

American Institute, 720 Providence Road (annual, inspected 5/7/13) — no violations

Anthony's Pizza & Italian Restaurant (follow-up, inspected 5/16/13) — no violations

Canter Hill Farm, 2138 Valley Hill Road (annual, inspected 5/2/13) — no violations

Charlestown Elementary School (school meal program, inspected 5/1/13) — no violations

Cornucopia Deli @ Teva Pharmaceutical (follow-up, inspected 5/16/13) — no violations

East Star Chinese Restaurant (annual, inspected 5/29/13) — 3 violations

El Tio Inc., 446 Lancaster Ave. (Opening, inspected 5/17/13) — 1 violation

Janssen Malvern, 200 Great Valley Parkway (follow-up, inspected 5/9/13) — 3 violations

McKenzie Brew House (follow-up, inspected 5/15/13) — 3 violations

Usha Food Market (opening, inspected 5/16/13) — no violations

VIP Pizza & Pasta (annual, inspected 5/8/13) — 8 violations

Wegmans Food Market (emergency response, inspected 5/3/13) — 1 violation

See also:

  • Health Inspections: Cedars Café and General Wayne Elementary Earn Perfect Scores
  • How Long Can Pizza Slices Stay Out?

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