New York Agriculture & Markets Law

Sec. § 214-F
Temperature Requirements for Manufacture, Transportation and Storage of Certain Foods

§ 214-f. Temperature requirements for manufacture, transportation and storage of certain foods. For the purpose of controlling and preventing the outbreak of deadly or dangerous human diseases such as botulism and salmonellosis, and to prevent economic and nutritional loss to consumers, the commissioner is hereby authorized to require any person, who manufactures, cans, bottles, sells, offers for sale, transports or stores any food which is considered a low-acid food or one which if improperly handled could tend to contain a potential health hazard or any food which if stored, transported or held under improper conditions of freezing or refrigeration would result in economic or nutritional loss to consumers, to manufacture, cook, pack, store or display for sale such foods in the manner prescribed by the commissioner in rules and regulations promulgated following a public hearing and after consultation with the state department of health except that no public hearing will be required if the commissioner adopts or amends such regulations to conform with appropriate rules and regulations, similar thereto, which have been adopted by the federal government. The provisions of this section and the regulations promulgated thereunder shall not apply to service food establishments under permit and inspection by the state department of health or by a local health agency which maintains a program certified and approved by the state commissioner of health.

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