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Mechanical refrigeration is required for
potentially hazardous foods; ice filled coolers are not permitted for food storage. Home kitchens may not be used.
Mechanical refrigeration is required for cold storage of potentially hazardous foods; coolers and ice are not permitted.
Food must be kept a minimum of 6 inches off the floor and protected from contamination.
Include soap, single-use towels and a fingernail brush at the
hand-washing station/sink. Note: A handwash station/sink capable of providing warm, continuously running water, is required.
All utensils must fit into the sinks or containers used for warewashing.
Please do not provide the name of the insurance agent.
Provide a metal stem thermometer to measure cooking and cold holding temperatures. The thermometer
should have a range from 0°F to 220°F. Also, provide thermometers in each cooling unit
to ensure they are maintained at 41°F or below. Cook all potentially hazardous foods to an internal temperature of 165°F before serving. Any food held hot for service must be maintained at 140°F or higher. Wash hands before handling food; after handling raw meat; or after eating, drinking,
smoking, or using the toilet. No eating, drinking, or smoking in the food stand. Protect any food on display from contamination by customers. Temporary food stands must cease operation in adverse weather unless the stand is
equipped with a cover and three sides for protection. Call 952-826-0370 with any questions regarding temporary events in the City of Edina.
Minnesota Statute, Section 176.182 requires every state and local licensing agency to withhold the issuance or renewal of a license or permit to operate a business or engage in an activity in Minnesota until the applicant presents acceptable evidence of compliance with the workers' compensation insurance coverage requirement of Chapter 176. The information required is: the name of the insurance company, the policy number and dates of coverage or the permit to self-insure. This information will be collected by the licensing agency and retained in their files. This information is required by law, and licenses and permits to operate a business may not be issued or renewed if it is not provided and/or is falsely reported. Furthermore, if this information is not provided or falsely stated, it may result in a $2,000.00 penalty assessed against the applicant by the Commissioner of the Department of Labor and Industry.
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