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Clermont County Public Health's Food Protection Program annually licenses food service operations, retail food establishments, mobiles and vending locations as well as temporary food events. The goal of this program is to ensure that food sold in Clermont County is safe and served in a clean environment via the administration and enforcement of Ohio’s Food Safety Regulations. The Food Protection Program also strives to provide consumers and food facility operators educational opportunities. Public Health also investigates customer complaints and reviews and approves plans for all new and remodeled food facilities.
The Ohio Uniform Food Safety Code consists of 4 separate regulations, all based on the U.S. Food & Drug Administration’s Model Food Code. Please use the links below to download copies of these regulations.
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