Originally Posted by wearcd
So you don't need a commissary if you get your mobile kitchen "certified?" I'm not understanding the difference. Here, a mobile kitchen still has to have a commissary, I believe. I didn't know there were two different classifications, or whatever the difference is. I'd really appreciate an explanation! Maybe it's the same here in TN. Thanks!
just call or go online to your state or county health department, they will work with you to be sure it is what they want...you could build it and once you are trying to have approved they will pick you appart...it is a power trip thay are on they want to think they are in control..problem is they are..but if you start out with them on a plan and then you come back to them with what they are looking for it will make your build alot easier, so the only answer is your health dept..
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