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Can restaurants in rural areas cook on an outside grill, then bring that food into a restaurant to sell?

Ashley Morris

The state senate approved S.B. 24, also known as the “Grill Bill” in May. This bill allows hotels and restaurants to utilize outdoor grills for food preparation.

The bill does outline some rules for food preparation outdoors, including a requirement the grill must have a stainless steel or cast iron cooking surface and the food must be supervised by an employee.

This bill is already law and applies not just to restaurants in rural areas, but to any establishment in the state.

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