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SB 920 Home food inspections; exempts private homes that process certain pickles and vegetables.

Introduced by: Ryan T. McDougle | all patrons    ...    notes | add to my profiles

SUMMARY AS INTRODUCED:

Inspection of food establishments; exception for private homes. Adds certain pickles and other processed vegetables to the foods that may be prepared in private homes and sold to individuals at farmers markets or the preparer's home without an inspection by the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. In order for the exemption to apply, the pickles or other processed vegetables must be grown on property owned or leased by the processor and have a pH value of 4.6 or lower after the completion of the recipe for such product. Currently, the exemption from inspection applies only to certain candies, jams, and jellies and baked goods that do not need refrigeration.


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