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New Mexico Statutes Chapter 25. Food § 25-1-3. Purpose

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The purpose of the Food Service Sanitation Act is to protect the public health by establishing standards and provisions for the regulation of food service establishments and by appropriate delegations of authority to the board and agency to adopt and enforce regulations covering the environmental health aspects of food service establishments to assure that consumers are not exposed to adverse environmental health conditions arising out of the operations of food service establishments.

Cite this article: - New Mexico Statutes Chapter 25. Food § 25-1-3. Purpose - last updated May 06, 2021 |

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