2021 Wyoming Statutes
Title 35 - Public Health and Safety
Chapter 7 - Food and Drugs
Article 17 - Wyoming Traditional Food Act
Section 35-7-1702 - Definitions.

Universal Citation: WY Stat § 35-7-1702 (2021)

35-7-1702. Definitions.

(a) As used in this article:

(i) "Traditional event or activity" means an occasion where potentially hazardous and not potentially hazardous foods have traditionally been, and are presently, stored and prepared in a private home or a place other than an establishment, which is equipped for the storage and preparation of food for consumption or use in conducting traditional activities, including but not limited to the preparation of food:

(A) For family and nonpaying guests;

(B) For weddings, funerals, potluck dinners, charitable dinners and charitable cook-offs or functions as defined in W.S. 35-7-110(a)(xxix);

(C) For the sales of donated foods which are prepared for consumption and the sales are sponsored by a nonprofit entity as a fundraiser to support its purposes;

(D) For outdoor activities such as picnics, barbeques, roundups, camping or outdoor work conducted by employees or volunteers;

(E) By utilizing kitchen equipment provided by employers as a convenience for the storage and preparation of foods for consumption on the premises by employees and nonpaying guests.

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