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AB 2178 - Charitable Feeding

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Published on March 04, 2019. Last modified on March 13, 2019

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AB 2178 - Charitable Feeding

Effective January 1, 2019, Assembly Bill (AB) 2178 defined a limited service charitable feeding operation (LSCFO) as a nonprofit charitable organization that provides food service to a consumer solely for providing charity. It provides environmental health departments regulatory flexibility by allowing LSCFOs to qualify for and obtain a registration (or be exempt from registration) in lieu of an Environmental Health permit.
Food Service Type Registration or Permit Requirements
100% Pre-packaged, non-perishable food storage/distribution. Exempt. Follow safe food practices for the storage and distribution of pre-packaged food items.
100 % Pre-packaged perishable food storage/distribution,distributed under the purview of a permitted Food Bank. Exempt. These operations will fall under the permit of the associated Food Bank. Follow Food Bank best management practices.
100% Pre-packaged perishable food storage/distribution - not associated with a permitted Food Bank. Registration with MCEHB. Submit proof of non-profit status Ex. 501c3 with application. Completion of a Limited Service Charitable Feeding Operation Registration Application. Compliance with Best Management Practices approved by MCEHB. Annual payment of registration fees.
Heating (and reheating for hot holding), portioning, or assembly of small volume commercially prepared foods,whole, uncut produce. Registration with MCEHB. Submit proof of non-profit status Ex. 501c3 with application. Completion of a Limited Service Charitable Feeding Operation Registration Application. Compliance with Best Management Practices approved by MCEHB. Annual payment of registration fees.
Food preparation beyond what is listed above. Must obtain approval from Plan Check. Then, apply for a Health Permit. Meet CRFC requirements for a retail food facility. Complete the plan check process and obtain an annual health permit.

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