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Is it against health codes for employees to bring their own food to the restaurant where they work?

Cecil Hester
StarNews

No, provided that their food is identified, packaged, ready to eat, and stored separately from the food that is prepared and sold at the restaurant, said Dianne Harvell, environmental health services manager for the New Hanover County Health Department.

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