Do you own or operate a restaurant, market, food truck, temporary event, or cannabis dispensary?
Below are resources for you. If you cannot find the information you need, please contact an Environmental Health Officer in your area.
|Title and Link to Page||Description|
|Cottage Food||Retail - Alaska Food Code allows the sale of non-potentially hazardous foods sold directly to the consumer without a permit as long as certain conditions are met.|
|Food Services and Markets||Retail - Restaurants, grocery stores, caterers|
|Temporary Camps||Retail - Temporary Camps define food service at a camp serving less than 24 individuals each day|
|Mobile Food Units||Retail - Resources for those who operate mobile units such as food trucks or hot dog carts|
|Traditional Foods||Retail - The donation of traditional wild game meat, seafood, plants, and other food to a food service of certain institutions or nonprofit programs|
|Meat and Seafood Markets||Retail - Guidance and regulations related to retail meat and seafood markets|
|Farmers Markets||Retail - Requirements for selling food at a farmers market|
|School Food Service||Retail - Resources for creating HACCP Plans, Standard Operating Procedures, and links to other agencies relevant to Food Service in schools|
|Temporary Food Service||Retail - Guidance for those planning to serve food at a fair, carnival, festival, bazaar, public exhibition, promotional event, potluck, political event, etc.|