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A temporary food establishment is one that operates for a period of no more than 14 consecutive days in conjunction with a single event or celebration. Special events — such as the Festival of the Little Hills, Oktoberfest, the St. Charles County Fair, parish picnics and others — require temporary licenses. Also in this category are fundraiser-type activities like church suppers, community barbecues and small food stands.
All organizations operating a temporary food establishment are required to obtain a license from the Division of Environmental Health and Protection. All applications for a temporary food establishment must include a Commissary Agreement. There may be a fee required along with this license, although some organizations are exempt. Please complete the Temporary Food Facility License Application. Please call 636-949-1800 if you have questions.