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Old January 23rd, 2013, 08:50 AM   #27 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by A.Nonymous View Post
There's a gas station in town that sells Krispy Kreme donuts. Every night at like 2-3 am they would throw out the day old donuts and get a delivery of new ones. When I worked 3rd shift we sent someone down there (an attractive young lady) to see if she could sweet talk the guys down there into letting us have the day old donuts rather than tossing them all the trash. We were told that regulations did not allow them to give us food that they had deemed as trash. These were donuts that were just a day old and they would rather throw them away.
They might feel the same way you do. I often use day old bread for this and that. Should I be concerned about health code violations?

Seems to me that those K-Kremers are not trash until they hit the trash bin. They could donate the donuts, I should think.

Regs are what they are, I suppose. Same general rules apply here in Utah as well. You cant donate certain food items due to health concerns.
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