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(Effective until March 1, 2022.)

PDFWAC 246-215-09415

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.]
(Effective March 1, 2022.)

PDFWAC 246-215-09415

Food sourcesDonated foods.

The person in charge of a donated food distributing organization may receive foods for charitable purposes that include:
(1) approved sources as listed in Part 3, Subpart B of this chapter;
(2) food from a food establishment or food processing plant;
(3) Previously served foods from a food establishment operating under a plan approved by the regulatory authority;
(4) food from a donor kitchen that is:
(a) Properly stored and handled to prevent contamination;
(b) Prepared on-site at the donor kitchen and not in a residential kitchen in a private home; and
(c) Maintained at proper temperatures during storage, preparation and transport.
(5) food from a residential kitchen in a private home that is properly stored and handled to prevent contamination:
(a) Nontime/temperature control for safety food, nonready-to-eat food;
(b) Nontime/temperature control for safety food and ready-to-eat foods in an intact commercial package; or
(c) Commercially packaged frozen food.
(6) Nontime/temperature control for safety food baked goods from a residential kitchen in a private home that is properly prepared to prevent contamination.
(7) 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) Field dressed to remove the viscera with or without skin present;
(c) Accompanied by a written statement identifying:
(i) The name and address of the person who harvested the game;
(ii) The license, permit or tag number and kind of animal provided;
(iii) The date killed, the county and area where the animal was taken; and
(iv) The hunter's signature as required by WAC 220-200-120.
(d) Stored and handled to prevent temperature abuse and contamination during transport to the processing facility;
(e) Processed by an approved meat cutter; and
(f) Labeled "Uninspected wild game meat, thoroughly cook to 165°F (74°C) internal temperature";
(8) Muscle meat of a domesticated livestock animal;
(a) Slaughtered in a usda-inspected slaughter facility;
(b) Stored and handled to prevent temperature abuse and contamination during transport between slaughter and processing facilities;
(c) Processed by a food establishment permitted by the regulatory authority; and
(d) Labeled "This product was prepared from inspected and passed meat. Some food products may contain bacteria that could cause illness if the product is mishandled or cooked improperly";
(9) Fresh fish:
(a) Received from a recreational or commercial fisher licensed by the Washington state department of fish and wildlife;
(b) Received whole or minimally processed to remove the head, viscera or head and viscera; and
(c) Stored and handled to prevent temperature abuse and contamination during transport.
(10) Nontime/temperature control for safety food, nonready-to-eat foods handled, stored, or prepared in a residential kitchen in a private home.
(11) Baked goods that are not time/temperature control for safety food handled, stored, or prepared in a residential kitchen in a private home;
(12) Nontime/temperature control for safety food, ready-to-eat foods in an intact commercial package stored in a residential kitchen in a private home; and
(13) Commercially packaged frozen food.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 43.20.050 and 43.20.145. WSR 21-01-122, § 246-215-09415, filed 12/15/20, effective 3/1/22; WSR 13-03-109, § 246-215-09415, filed 1/17/13, effective 5/1/13.]
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