Do I need a Retail Food license?
A Retail Food license is required if your operation meets the definition of a "Retail Food Establishment". A Retail Food Establishment means a retail operation that stores, prepares,
or packages food for human consumption or serves or otherwise provides food for
human consumption to consumers directly or indirectly through a delivery
service, whether such food is consumed on or off the premises or whether there is
a charge for such food.

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1. Do I need a Retail Food license?
2. Are retail food licenses transferable?
3. How do I open a restaurant or grocery store?
4. Do plans need to be submitted for the construction of a retail food establishment?
5. What is a potentially hazardous food?
6. Are retail food workers required to have a food handler card?
7. How do I report a food-borne illness?
8. Do I need a license to roast and sell chilies?
9. How do I report a dirty kitchen, restroom, dining room, or unsanitary conditions or practices?
10. Is it a violation for a restaurant employee to handle money and then handle food without washing their hands in between?
11. Can I rent time in someone else’s approved kitchen?
12. What are the requirements for equipment used in commercial food establishments?