Inspectors Lift Health Warning for Villa Pizza
A Robinson Township pizza shop is no longer under a consumer alert for bug infestation, according to the Allegheny County Health Department.
The Allegheny County Health Department has removed a consumer alert for a Mall at Robinson pizza shop.
Health inspectors on March 5 placed Villa Pizza, located in the mall's food court, under a "consumer alert" after evidence of a roach infestation was discovered.
On March 11, the health department lifted the alert.
Earlier this month, inspectors placed the pizza shop under alert after several German roaches, both living and dead, where found in the restaurant's kitchen.
Dr. Ronald Voorhees, interim director of the Allegheny Count Health Department, said the company no longer poses a health risk to consumers.
"They took steps to alleviate the problem," Voorhees said. "Upon re-inspection, the conditions no longer warranted the alert."