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Food sources—Donated foods.

The PERSON IN CHARGE of a DONATED FOOD DISTRIBUTING ORGANIZATION may receive FOODS for charitable purposes that include:
(1) Surplus FOODS from a FOOD ESTABLISHMENT;
(2) Muscle MEAT of a wild GAME ANIMAL:
(a) Received from a LAW enforcement officer certified by a jurisdiction in the state of Washington or from a hunter licensed by the Washington state department of fish and wildlife;
(b) Processed by an APPROVED MEAT cutter; and
(c) Labeled "Uninspected wild game meat, thoroughly cook to 165°F (74°C) internal temperature";
(3) Muscle MEAT of a domesticated livestock animal, POULTRY, or rabbit;
(a) Donated live to the distributing organization;
(b) Raised by a member of an APPROVED youth club, such as 4H;
(c) Processed by an APPROVED MEAT cutter; and
(d) Labeled "Uninspected wild game meat, thoroughly cook to 165°F (74°C) internal temperature";
(4) FOODS properly handled, stored, or prepared in a DONOR KITCHEN;
(5) NONPOTENTIALLY HAZARDOUS, NONREADY-TO-EAT FOODS handled, stored, or prepared in a residential kitchen in a private home.
(6) Baked goods that are not POTENTIALLY HAZARDOUS FOOD handled, stored, or prepared in a residential kitchen in a private home;
(7) NONPOTENTIALLY HAZARDOUS, READY-TO-EAT FOODS in an intact commercial package stored in a residential kitchen in a private home; and
(8) Commercially PACKAGED frozen FOOD.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 43.20.050 and 43.20.145. WSR 13-03-109, § 246-215-09415, filed 1/17/13, effective 5/1/13.]
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