Public eating or drinking place— A place within this Commonwealth where food or drink is served to or provided for the public, with or without charge. Milk Sanitation Law— The act of July 2, 1935 (P. The term is synonymous with the term ‘‘person’’ in Subpart 1-201 of the Model Food Code. (iv) The Department, whenever the retail food facility is located in any other area of this Commonwealth. Proprietor— A person, partnership, association or corporation conducting or operating a retail food facility in this Commonwealth. § § 645—660g), known as the Milk Sanitation Law; section 1705(d) of The Administrative Code of 1929 (71 P. § 445(d)); and the Food Employee Certification Act, 3 Pa.

§ § 645—660g), known as the Milk Sanitation Law; section 1705(d) of The Administrative Code of 1929 (71 P. § 445(d)); and the Food Employee Certification Act, 3 Pa.

The provisions of this § 46.4 adopted April 11, 2014, effective May 12, 2014, 44 Pa.

The provisions of these § § 46.111—46.115 reserved under the Retail Food Facility Safety Act, 3 Pa.

The provisions of these § § 46.131—46.137 reserved under the Retail Food Facility Safety Act, 3 Pa.

§ § 645—660g), known as the Milk Sanitation Law; section 1705(d) of The Administrative Code of 1929 (71 P. § 445(d)); and the Food Employee Certification Act, 3 Pa. Participants in this organization include Federal, state and local regulatory agencies, universities, test providers, certifying organizations, consumer groups, food service and retail store trade associations, and retail food facility operators.

Conference for Food Protection— An independent National voluntary nonprofit organization to promote food safety and consumer protection.

Drinking water, potable water or water— Safe drinking water as defined in the Pennsylvania Safe Drinking Water Act (35 P. Employee— The license holder, person in charge, person having supervisory or management duties, person on the payroll, family member, volunteer, person performing work under contractual agreement or other person working in a retail food facility. (ii) The term excludes retail food facilities, retail food establishments, public eating and drinking places, and those portions of establishments operating exclusively under milk or milk products permits. The term is synonymous with the term ‘‘permit’’ in Subpart 1-201 of the Model Food Code.

The term is synonymous with the term ‘‘regulatory authority’’ in Subpart 1-201 of the Model Food Code, regarding applicability and terms defined. The term does not include water such as boiler water, mop water, rainwater, wastewater and ‘‘nondrinking’’ water. Food establishment— (i) A room, building or place or portion thereof or vehicle maintained, used or operated for the purpose of commercially storing, packaging, making, cooking, mixing, processing, bottling, baking, canning, freezing, packing or otherwise preparing, transporting or handling food. License— A grant to a proprietor to operate a retail food facility.

The provisions of this § 46.201 reserved under the Retail Food Facility Safety Act, 3 Pa.