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The N.C. Department of Health and Human Services has adopted significant changes to North Carolina’s food code that will help food service establishments ensure safer food for patrons. The changes, which took effect September 1, 2012, reinforce the strong partnership between retail food service and public health to assure that the public can have even greater confidence that the food they eat when dining out is safe.
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Questions? Contact the Mecklenburg County Health Department at: 704-336-5100
ResourcesNC Food Service Codes 15A NCAC 18A.2600 NC Food Code ManualEmployee Health PolicyDate Marking The 5 Major Risk Factors of Foodborne Illness
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