has corrected the deficits that led the county health department to flag it for a during its May inspections.
According to documents the Chester County Health Department provided Patch, during a May 24 inspection, three dead oriental cockroaches were found in the 2018 Nutt Road establishment: two under the bag-and-box shelf and one near the ice machine.
According to the county food code, Boston Market management was instructed to institute and maintain “vector eradication measures…until the premises are vector free.”
They appear to have done so. A June 12 inspection indicated no presence of rodents or insects, but several other minor violations.
Rick Johnson, director of the county's Bureau of Environmental Health Protection, said via email that after at least one follow-up inspection the restaurant was found to be in compliance with code on the roach issue and the other violations logged.