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Address: 403 South Custer Ave, New Holland, PA 17557
Establishment No.: p01325

USDA Inspection Report: 22 Jul 2011

Code: 04C04
Violation: 381.76(b)

Citation: At approximately 1508 hours, I was performing a prechill finished standards test for Line # [redacted] I had a subgroup total of 38 on the page with processing noncomformances, which exceeds the subgroup absolute limit of 30. I notified [redacted] (Evis supervisor) on the noncompliance. I then notified the QA technician that a retest was needed for Line # [redacted] The QA technician performed a retest at 1513 hours and failed with a subgroup total of 27, which exceeds the tolerance total of 25. No check was started in the Chilling department, due to second shift had not started at this time. The QA technician did another retest at 1529 hours and passed with a subgroup total of 21. Then another retest at 1537 hours and passed with a subgroup total of 20. At the started up of the Chilling department a postchill with prechill criteria retest was taken at 1542 hours and passed with a subgroup total of 12. Another retest was performed at 1612 hours and passed with a subgroup total of 12. The next two retest passed with subgroup totals of 10 and 8 at 1642 hours and 1712 hours. The last retest in the chilling department was taken at 1737 hours and passed with a subgroup total of 9. There was no product retained.

Regulation:

381.76(b)(1) There are five systems of postmortem inspection: Streamlined Inspection System (SIS) and the New Line Speed (NELS) Inspection System, both of which shall be used only for broilers and cornish game hens; the New Turkey Inspection (NTI) System, which shall be used only for turkeys; Traditional Inspection; and Ratite Inspection.

 

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