SD Food Info
GOOD RETAIL PRACTICES
Good Retail Practices (GRPs) are preventive measures that include practices and procedures that effectively control the introduction of pathogens, chemicals and physical objects into food. If GRPs are not implemented, they could contribute to foodborne illness.
NONFOOD CONTACT SURFACES CLEAN
Examples violating good retail practices include dirty shelving storing dishware or grease accumulation on the sides of a deep fryer.
- All nonfood contact surfaces of equipment shall be kept free of accumulation of dust, dirt, food residue and debris [§114115(c)]