The following Lancaster County restaurants were found to have violated Pennsylvania’s health and safety regulations during inspections between Sept. 15-21. Inspections are overseen by the Department of Agriculture. The department notes that in many cases violations are corrected by the restaurant before inspectors leave. –Several utensils are being stored in a cardboard box in kitchen drawer rather than in a material that can be washed and sanitized. –Prepackaged herbs are not labeled properly with the name of product, ingredient statement, net weight, and distributed by statement. –Observed a substantial amount of black and brown residue up inside the ice maker. Ice maker placed out of service. –Food employees observed involved in making pizza, not wearing proper hair restraints, such as nets, hats, or beard covers. –Observed thawed salmon not removed from ROP packaging as per thawing instructions on the packaging. –Time in lieu of temperature being used in the food facility to control ready-to-eat potentially hazardous foods (pizza and bolis) without written procedures or documentation to verify disposition of food. –A sign stating th...