/Is my catering permit sufficient for special events?

Unless you have been contracted to provide a banquet or some similar service as part of the event, and do not sell food directly to individual customers, you will be required to obtain a Temporary Health Permit.

If the temporary event is by invitation only, and you do not sell food directly to individual customers, then you do not have to have a temporary permit because the event is considered private. However, if you prepare, sell or give food away at temporary events that are open to the public, then you will need a temporary permit. Usually, each food booth or tent has a temporary permit at a special event.

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