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Catering, Food Handling and Awareness *OnTopic* Forum to educate us on safe food handling. Not specifically for Catering or competition but overall health and keeping our families safe too.


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Unread 12-26-2009, 02:51 PM   #16
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Isn't this probably very common? As one poster above has alluded to Sysco and other "bigger outfits" sale cooked meat like this in 3# tubs that is already cooked and sauced. The place buying simply heats it up then sells it.

Also, I do know of many convenient stores with food vending that make and cook most of their menu items in house and on site. However, several items on their menu (i.e. Meat pies) are bought from the outside and simply heated up for re-sale.



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I'm no expert but I think the person with the real problem is the food court vendor. He is buying meat from an outside source for sale in his establishemnt. Now what I do know is he needs SOP's that are going into detail on buying, holding and reheating cooked food for use in his business. He needs to identify where he is buying food from and in the case of cooked meat he's going to need certain certifications from the vendor (you) in order to resell. My bet is when he investigates, this deal will fall thru. He can't just bring your meat in to sell. It's totally different if he cooks it himself.
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FDA is good but if you are not the selling meat to the end user meaning to a middle man you must have to be under USDA meat inspection. or at least have your State Agriculture Meat inspection (if you don't cross state lines). That mean a full HACCAP program and thats not worth anything. Because you will have to have your legend stamp on all meat products incase there is a problem and they need to track it back to the manufacture.
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Don't see it happening in a convenient store catering and a little word of mouth might be better.
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Well, none of it matters now. We just found out that two of the three convenient stores are shutting down their "food court" starting at the beginning of the new year. The other one is going the direction of serving a more "Mexican food" style menu and will not be offering anything in the arena of BBQ. Like we don't have enough Mexican joints around this place to begin with.
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