If your temporary food facility prepares or stores food off-site, you must do so at a permitted establishment.
A commissary, or certified commercial kitchen, is a licensed and inspected kitchen facility, usually large and commercially-outfitted, for the centralized preparation of food for distribution.
Who Needs a Commissary Agreement?
Many temporary food facilities use commissary kitchens, and must submit a completed commissary agreement with their permit application. These include:
Submit the Agreement
- Complete the first section of the commissary agreement, and ask your chosen commissary operator to complete the second section.
- Once completed, submit this document with your permit application.
Download the Commissary Agreement(PDF: 132 KB )