Newmarket-on-Fergus Community Centre CLG has considered our Food and Beverage Policy and conclude that while we do not serve food as in meals, we may serve light refreshments from time to time. Therefore guiding principles on the provision of food and beverage offerings is necessary to ensure that there is common understanding and shared expectations among our members around what will and will not be available. Setting these parameters informs the sourcing and preparation of all food and beverages and supports embers and volunteers in deciding what may and may not be made available to our clientele. This ‘duty of care’ also extends to catering contractors, sub-contractors and suppliers. It is important that the acquirer of food or beverage on behalf of Newmarket-on-Fergus Community Centre CLG seek evidence from the suppliers and purveyors of food and beverage and associated services that they are in full compliance with food safety regulations and can demonstrate that they operate to the prescribed standards of food safety management. Suppliers should be HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point) certified and adhere to these specified regulations.
Principles and Good Food Practice
When we are preparing food for a number of people, it's important to keep food safe.
We undertake to follow the following practical steps...
Monitoring and Review
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