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Delivery equipment used to handle readily perishable foods, in addition to the requirements above, shall be provided with mechanical refrigeration equipment or other refrigeration methods or facilities capable of maintaining a product temperature which will protect such readily perishable foods from spoilage and in no case shall the product temperature exceed 45 degrees Fahrenheit during the delivery process; provided, that where lower temperatures are required by state rules, such requirements shall supersede this temperature requirement; provided further, that the product temperature of milk and milk products covered by the Grade A Pasteurized Milk Ordinance, 1965 Recommendations of the United States Public Health Service, 1967 printing, shall conform to the requirements of that ordinance and of shell eggs shall conform to Minnesota Statutes, section 29.26.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 31.101

Published Electronically:

September 23, 2013