Conference for Food Protection

2018 Biennial Meeting

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Issue Number: Council I 001

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Report - Unattended Food Establishment (UFE) Committee

Issue you would like the Conference to consider

Issue 2016-I-015 re-created the Unattended Food Establishment Committee and charged the committee with three goals:

1. Develop recommendations on how the FDA Food Code addresses Unattended Food Establishments;

2. Continue to review the "Guidance Document for Unattended Food Establishments" and any existing guidance from FDA and others to update the CFP guidance document that could assist states when addressing the need to have alternative protective provisions in place when approving a waiver or variance for entities that do not meet section 2-101.11 (Responsibility, Assignment of a PERSON IN CHARGE ) and 2-103.11 (Duties, Person in Charge) of the 2013 Food Code; and

3. Present their findings at the 2018 CFP Biennial Meeting.

Public Health Significance

This committee work was essential to address an increase in the scope and number of unattended food establishments across the country. These three charges were critical to understanding the proper approach for the Conference for Food Protection to consider when addressing these new facilities.

Recommended Solution: The Conference recommends...

1. Acknowledgement of the 2016-2018 Unattended Food Establishment Committee final report,

2. Thanking the committee members for their work and efforts on the committee, and

3. Disbanding the committee; all assigned charges have been completed.

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