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House Bill 1312

House Bill 1312

ARCHIVE (2012)

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DIGEST OF HB 1312 (Updated March 6, 2012 10:53 am - DI 84)

Sale of poultry at farmer's markets. Provides that an individual vendor of a farmer's market or roadside stand is not considered to be a food establishment if the individual vendor's food product is made, grown, or raised by an individual at the individual's primary residence, property owned by the individual, or property leased by the individual. (Current law requires the food product to be made in the vendor's primary residence.) Requires the department of health to adopt rules that: (1) incorporate certain federal rules; and (2) require the poultry to be frozen at the point of sale and labeled in compliance with federal requirements. Requires the legislative council to establish an interim study committee to study obstacles to local food production, processing, and distribution.
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