CHICAGO FOOD CODE RULES EFFECTIVE JULY 1st
Per previous CRMA communications, beginning July 1st, Chicago specific food safety rules take effect. Generally, they follow the federal model food code but there are some slight differences. The final rules can be found here and, for your convenience, a marked-up version noting the changes can be found here.
This is simply a reminder that they take effect July 1st. Please let us know if you have any questions.
INTRODUCTIONS AND ORDINANCES
- Expansive Date Regulation
- Cell-Phone and Mobile Device Merchants
- Office of Labor Standards
- Water Cost Shift
EXPANSIVE DATA REGULATION
- name and billing information;
- government-issued identifiers;
- information that would permit the physical or online contacting of an individual such as physical address, email, phone, or IP address;
- demographic information such as date of birth, age, gender, race, ethnicity, nationality, religion, or sexual orientation;
- financial information;
- health information;
- information pertaining to minors;
- geolocation information;
- information from use of the service including web browsing history, application usage history, content of communications, and origin and destination IP addresses of all traffic;
- device identifiers, such as media access control (MAC) address or Internet mobile equipment identifier (IMEI);
- information concerning a customer or user of the customer’s subscription or account that is collected or made available and is maintained in personal identifiable form.
- the types of customer personal information for which the operator is seeking customer approval to use, disclose, sell, or permit access;
- the purposes for which the customer personal information will be used;
- the categories of entities to which the operator intends to disclose, sell, or permit access to the customer personal information.
- to provide the operator service from which information is derived, or services necessary to the provision of that service;
- to comply with legal process or other laws, court orders, or administrative orders;
- to initiate, render, bill for, and collect for the operator’s service;
- to protect the rights or property of the operator, or to protect customers of those services and other operators from fraudulent, abusive, or unlawful use of, or subscription to, those services;
- to provide location information concerning the customer in emergency situations.
CELL-PHONE AND MOBILE DEVICE MERCHANTS
OFFICE OF LABOR STANDARDS
WATER COST SHIFT