I run a free Dinner on Christmas day at a local non-profit facility. I am thinking of doing a home delivery service for that day this year for people that can't get out. ONce the food leaves the faciltiy how much liabilty do I have for it if the client doesn't use proper food procedures and it spoils.
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The answer depends on various facts not contained in your post. You could face significant liability, but if set up correctly very little. I would really need to know more before I could give you a proper response.
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