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Restaurant Inspections
News from Feb. 10, 2013 – Lancaster Newspapers:

The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture, 866-366-3723, uses a “risk-based” inspection reporting process for restaurants and other food handlers.

The following inspection reports were completed Jan. 18-25.

Active Social, 764 Crystal St., Jan. 25. No violations.

Amelia’s Grocery Outlet, 685 W. Main St., New Holland, Jan. 24. Follow-up inspection. Water temperature at hand sink in bulk ingredient room still needs to be repaired. Manager assures compliance by specified correction date.

Amelia’s Grocery Outlet, 703 Lancaster Road, Jan. 23. The front dairy counter had a temperature of 47-54 F. All products were removed. All cold foods must be kept at 41 F or colder. Service call placed for the dairy counter.

Amishview Inn & Suites, 3125 Old Philadelphia Pike, Bird-in-Hand, Jan. 18. In-use knives and/or cleavers stored between table edges or between tables, areas not easily cleaned and sanitized.

Arianna’s Bakery, 158 E. Jackson St., New Holland, Jan. 24. Internal temperature of cream cheese filled bakery items in display case for more than four hours measured 45 F. Voluntarily discarded. Can opener blade is worn and needs replacing.

Bartville Fabrics, 1287 Noble Road, Christiana, Jan. 18. No violations.

Bird’s Nest, 10 S. Prince St., Jan. 25. No violations.

Blue Ball Elementary School, 126 Ewell Road, East Earl, Ja…………… continues on Feb. 10, 2013 – Lancaster Newspapers

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Bleaching Agents From Your Kitchen
News from BoldSky:

Your home has many dirty corners that cannot be cleaned without using bleaching agents. So you need to keep a stock of natural bleaching agents. You basically need to bleach when the dirt has been accumulating in a nook or place for quite some time. For example, your bathroom tiles get yellow with age. They also loose shine due to regular use of water over them.

You also need natural bleaching for washing your white clothes. White clothes often lose their brightness with time. The best bleaching agent for clothes is your table salt. Similarly there are many such kitchen ingredients you use regularly that can make great bleaching agents.

Some these things like bleaching powder or soda drinks have chemicals in them. While other kitchen ingredients like lemon and vinegar have natural bleaching properties. These are some of the best bleaching agents for cleaning your home.

Lemon: This citrus fruit is actually one of the most efficient bleaching agents available in the kitchen. The cleaning tips for tiles and kitchen sills always include lemon. The citrus acid in lemon juice cuts through oil and dirt. Apart from cleaning your home, lemon also acts as a great natural bleach for whitening your skin.

Vinegar: Just like lemon, vinegar is also sour and therefore a powerful as a bleach. You can soak…………… continues on BoldSky

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