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Mobile food facilities Procedures and operations manual
identification Mobile food preparation units Unlimited menu Full service fair wagon or mfpu Special events only H.c.d. insignia
identification Retail food vehicles 100% pre-packaged foods Whole, uncut produce Swap meet operations Produce trucks, ice cream trucks
identification Unpackaged mobile food facilities No cooking Limited menu Operational limits enforcement
Full food enclosure Water systems Supplemental equipment Table Back-stock Unpackaged mffs
Occupied mobile food facilities Same menu/ operation as unpackaged A.d.a. requirements (74 X 30) H.c.d. insignia
Unpackaged mffs Inspection frequency Semi- annual Events Your orders Follow-up
Unpackaged mffs Things to remember Collecting fees Decaling Commissary requirements Pre-packaged, potentially hazardous
Unpackaged mffs Trends More occupied units New risk categories Packaged or unpackaged? Enforcement
Unpackaged mffs What do I look for? Food temperatures Food preparation methods Hot/ cold water Liquid waste cleanliness I.D. repairs
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