Honey Sanitization 2 - Colonial Beekeepers Association

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Sarah Dunn
VDACS-Food Safety Program
Food Safety Specialist, Senior
757-363-3909
[email protected]
Exempts from inspection private homes where the resident
process and prepares honey produced from his own hives
if all of the following requirements are met:
A.
the individual sells less than 250 gallons of honey
annually;
B.
the individual does not process and sell other foods,
except as allowed by subsection 3.2-5130 A 3;
C.
the product complies with the other provisions of the
chapter;
D. the product is labeled “PROCESSED AND PREPARED
WITHOUT STATE INSPECTION. WARNING: Do Not Feed
Honey to Infants Under One Year Old” and
E.
the individual certifies annually that the provisions of this
subdivision are met.
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Processor must complete VDACS Virginia
Honey Processor Certification Form annually
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On principle display:
• Statement of Identity: “Honey”
• Net quantity: ounces (grams)
• Warning statement
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On information panel:
• Name and address of manufacturer/distributor
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OR all components can be on one label
Principle Display Panel (PDP)
Information Panel (IP)
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PDP is the side facing the consumer
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IP is to the right of the PDP or on the back
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Must read exactly: “PROCESSED AND
PREPARED WITHOUT STATE INSPECTION.
WARNING: Do Not Feed Honey to Infants
Under One Year Old”
Must be prominently displayed on the jar or
bottle
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A Food Labeling Guide
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21 CFR 101 Food Labeling
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Disease control
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Personal cleanliness
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Only in designated handwashing sink
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Hot soapy water for 30 seconds
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Dry hands with sanitary towel
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Pest control
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Well maintained property
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Work surfaces
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Pets
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Overhead contamination
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Wash. Rinse. Sanitize. Air Dry.
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Can be performed in:
One compartment
Two compartment
Three compartment
Dishwasher
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Common:
 Quaternary ammonium: 200 ppm
 Chlorine: 50-100 ppm
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Less Common:
 Water: minimum of 180 degrees Fahrenheit
 Iodine
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shopping.google.com
• In search bar type:
• Quat test papers
• Steramine sanitizing tablets
OR
• Chlorine test strips for restaurants
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Storing cleaned and sanitized jars
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Floors, walls, ceilings, work surfaces
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21 CFR 101 Food Labeling
21 CFR 110 Current Good Manufacturing
Practices
Virginia Food Laws
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Tidewater Regional Office: 757-363-3909
◦ Mailing:
1444 Diamond Springs Road
Virginia Beach, VA 23455
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Sarah Dunn, Food Safety Specialist:
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Sabrina Liles, Food Safety Specialist:
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Website: www.vdacs.virginia.gov
Hampton, Williamsburg, Gloucester area
[email protected]
Northern Neck, Henrico County
[email protected]

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