[Ansteorra] Waterbearing Law clarification

Aingeal clan_mac at charter.net
Wed Jun 18 15:25:05 PDT 2008

It really doesn't.  It is still an individual or few individuals doing it
unless they are a group that is registered as a business. But some sites in
Texas require permits for food fundraisers. My personal household did
fundraisers but we did them by donation to get around many of the laws.  :)

In Service to Ansteorra,
HL Aingeal Mac an Ghabhann
Kingdom Waterbearer

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How does this affect a bake sale by a household at an event?


Aingeal wrote:
> (2) "Food establishment" includes: 
> (a) An element of the operation such as a transportation vehicle or a
> central preparation facility that supplies a vending location or satellite
> feeding location unless the vending or feeding location is permitted by
> (b) An operation that is conducted in a mobile, stationary, temporary, or
> permanent facility or location; where consumption is on or off the
> and regardless of whether there is a charge for the FOOD. 

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