President Robert C. Detweiler
Bake Sale and Food Sale Policy
The following policy has been adopted by the University in order to ensure compliance with health regulations related to preparation, storage and serving of food items, to minimize potential liability and to ensure compliance with the food service contract which grants exclusivity to the food services contractor. This policy is subject to review and modifications as necessary to ensure compliance with the food services contractor and health regulations.
This policy applies to all recognized campus organizations interested in the sale of certain foods for the purpose of raising money.
The food protection measures, as outlined in the RULES GOVERNING FOOD SALES OR SERVICE, are intended to accomplish the following objectives:
Organizations which are interested in having a bake/food sale for the purpose of raising money may be allowed to sell food pending completion and approval of the Request for Bake/Food Sales On Campus form. Such activity may not take place without the approval of the Office of the Director of the Loker University Student Union and the Office of the Executive Director of the Foundation.
In order to ensure the same opportunity be given to all interested groups, organizations wishing to have regularly scheduled bake/food sales may do so no more than two (2) times per month. Depending upon the number of organizations, the Director of the University Student Union has the authority to further limit the number of or allow additional bake/food sales by an individual student group.
No more than two (2) bake/food sales will be permitted per day.
ORGANIZATIONS PLANNING BAKE/FOOD SALES ARE ENCOURAGED TO CONTACT CAMPUS DINING (X3814) TO PURCHASE FOOD AND BEVERAGE ITEMS. SUCH ITEMS WILL BE MADE AVAILABLE AT COMPETITIVE PRICES.
California State University, Dominguez Hills
REQUEST FOR BAKE/FOOD SALES ON CAMPUS
THIS FORM MUST BE SUBMITTED TO THE OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR OF THE UNIVERSITY STUDENT UNION AT LEAST TWO WEEKS (10 DAYS) PRIOR TO EVENT
Name of sponsoring organization: ________________________________________________________
Date of event:______________________ Time: _____________________________________________
Campus location of service or sale: _______________________________________________________
Food items including
condiments (be specific):_______________________________________________
Location where food will be prepared: _____________________________________________________
Storage of perishable food during transport:_____________________________________________
All foods must be maintained at a temperature of below 45 F degrees for cold foods
and 140 F degrees or above for hot foods.
*Non-perishable foods are: Fruit pies, doughnuts, bread, cookies, candies, cakes without custard or whipped cream icing or filling, pretzels, soft drinks, punch, fresh or commercially canned fruit, and peanut butter. Any food high in protein, such as milk and meat, is considered perishable and potentially hazardous. DO NOT store or serve acid base foods such as punch, canned fruit, or fruit juices in galvanized containers because a poisonous by-product will be formed.
Department:__________________________________ Phone Number:____________________________
AGREEMENT: For the privilege of selling foods on campus, the applicant organization agrees to comply with the rules governing food sales or service. Failure to comply with the rules may result in loss of food selling or serving privileges and/or disciplinary action. No liability will be assumed by the University, the Loker University Student Union, the Foundation or the Dining Services contractor for any food or drink the sponsoring organization provides.
Signature of Organization Chairperson
Signature of Advisor/Sponsor______________
Date approved Loker University Student Union
Date approved CSU, Dominguez Hills Foundation
This request when approved by University Student Union and the Foundation in conjunction with the approved vendor permit will serve as a permit to operate. Please keep this available at the sales location.
California State University, Dominguez Hills
RULES GOVERNING FOOD SALES OR SERVICE
1. Temperature Control
Adequate facilities must be provided for keeping cold foods below 45 F degrees
and hot foods at 140 F degrees or hotter at all times.
2. Food Protection
Provisions must be made for protecting foods from dust or other contamination
during transport, storage, and service by use of covers, plastic wrap, or other
suitable utensils. Persons serving foods must have clean hands, clean outer
garments, and not suffer from respiratory, gastrointestinal, or skin infections and
are required to wear plastic disposable gloves. Plates, cups, and eating utensils
must be single service. Soft drinks or punch must be served from original
containers or dispensing equipment approved by the Environmental Health and
Occupational Safety Office.
Adequate trash cans must be provided for disposal of waste materials. The area surrounding the food service must be kept clean at all times and left in a clean condition at the conclusion of each dayís service.
4. Sales or Service Period
Food sales or service is limited to two (2) consecutive days. Unusual circumstances will be considered on an individual basis.
5. All food permits approved by the University Student Union office must be maintained at the sale or service location.
6. Use of Dining Services kitchens or equipment is strictly prohibited
7. Cleanup of all food and drink and related items is the responsibility of the sponsoring organization. Failure to do so will result in appropriate cleanup charges.
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