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Old 07-01-2013, 07:49 AM   #7
Is lookin for wood to cook with.

Join Date: 09-01-12
Location: Jacksonville, FL

Like many above stated, it will all depend on the local HD. In Denver we weren't required to serve from an enclosed area, only had to have a handwashing station & a commissary to take dishes to clean up after. In Jacksonville you have to have an enclosed space like a food truck/ concessions trailer w sliding service window & a bunch more. (No outdoor cooking). It also depends on what license you operate under? Mobile Food Vendor, Vendor, Caterer, Etc.... Call your local HD or at the very least a local well used commissary. Most of them are pretty helpful. Worth picking up the phone. Cheers
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