TITLE 77: PUBLIC HEALTH
CHAPTER I: DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH
SUBCHAPTER m: FOOD, DRUGS AND COSMETICS
PART 750 FOOD SERVICE SANITATION CODE
SECTION 750.310 MILK AND CREAM DISPENSING
Section 750.310 Milk and Cream Dispensing
a) Milk and milk products for drinking purposes shall be provided to the consumer in an unopened, commercially filled package not exceeding one pint in capacity, or drawn from a commercially filled container stored in a mechanically refrigerated bulk milk dispenser. Where a bulk milk dispenser for milk and milk products is not available and portions of less than ˝ pint are required for mixed drinks, cereal, or dessert service, milk and milk products may be poured from a commercially filled container.
b) Milk and milk products for drinking purposes in hospitals, nursing homes or day care centers may be dispensed from commercially filled containers into individual serving vessels by food service personnel for service to the consumer.
c) Cream or half and half shall be provided in an individual service container, protected pour-type pitcher, or drawn from a refrigerated dispenser designed for such service.
d) Remote mix supplying systems for frozen dessert dispensers shall be designed, constructed, refrigerated and equipped so that all mix in the system is maintained at not more than 41°F until subject to freezing. Product pumps and flexible lines shall be maintained under continuous refrigeration or insulation when product is within the system. Systems shall be supported and sloped to drain at least 1 inch per 10 feet, preventing retention of fluid. All product lines shall be equipped with an indicating thermometer accurate to plus or minus 2°F. Flexible plastic lines are permitted up to 30 feet if they are in one continuous length and contain sanitary fittings on the terminal ends.
(Source: Amended at 32 Ill. Reg. 11980, effective July 10, 2008)