How the 2017 Food Code May Impact Your Day-to-Day Operations

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How the 2017 Food Code may impact your day-to-day operations

CERTIFICATIONS: Amended the certification requirements to the Person in Charge shall be a Certified Food Protection Manager. (2-102)

DUTY REQUIREMENT FOR PERSON IN CHARGE: Added additional duty requirement that the Person in Charge shall ensure employees are routinely monitoring food temperatures during hot and cold holding. (2-103)

EMERGENCY OPERATION: Added new exception criteria in which the regulatory authority may approve operations to continue during an extended water or electrical outage based on written operational plans. (8-404)

For a more comprehensive overview of these changes, please visit: http://www.fda.gov/FoodCode

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