Sets health and safety standards for food donation. Allows donation to a food salvager.
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Protect the public health. § 9-1; Food shall be safe, unadulterated and honestly presented. § 9-21.
The function of this chapter is to protect the public health by establishing uniform requirements for food service operations. § 9-1.
Permitting procedures outlined at § 9-114.
Violations "shall be a misdemeanor offense and shall be subject to a fine in accordance with subsection 1-4(a) of the City Code of Ordinances for each offense. Any culpable mental state required for an offense resulting from a violation of this chapter shall be in accordance with subsection 1-4(c) of the City Code of Ordinances. Every day a violation continues shall constitute a separate offense." § 9-116.
Chapter 9 (Food Code), Article II (Food Care), Section 9-21 (Food Supplies). History: Ord. No. 2012-12-16, § I, 12-18-12
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