General Operating Requirements for Food Pushcarts - Maricopa County, AZ Mobile App
According to the Maricopa County Environmental Health Code, PUSHCART means and refers to a non-self-propelled vehicle designated to be readily movable which is limited to
serving non-potentially hazardous foods or commissary-wrapped potentially hazardous
foods maintained at proper temperatures, or limited to the assembling and serving of frankfurters. Unpackaged non-potentially hazardous food items approved for sale from a pushcart shall be limited to popcorn, nuts, produce, pretzels, and similar bakery products, shaved ice, and snow cones. This app provides the general operating requirements for food pushcarts.
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All pushcarts must be in full compliance before any permit is issued. New pushcarts, pushcarts that have not been permitted in the last three years, and pushcarts that have undergone modifications are required to go through the plan review process and pay any associated fees.In order to renew or obtain a permit, each unit must have a passing inspection on file that has been completed within the last four months. To receive an inspection, the pushcart must be fully operational, with all water tanks filled and equipment functional. No electrical power or water supply is available at the inspection office. In addition, the following information is required:
Properly completed permit application (A plan review application is also required for plan submittals)
Vending route/location of operation
Signed Commissary agreement
Toilet Use agreement (if applicable)
Documentation indicating individual’s lawful presence in the United States (n/a for renewals, Corporations, LLCs, or other similar organizations).
All food & beverages must be from an approved source, be safe, unadulterated, and honestly presented. All homemade food products are prohibited (including condiments).
All packaged foods shall be labeled in accordance with FDA guidelines (product name, processor name, address/phone of processor, weight & ingredients must be in English). Records of food purchases, invoices, and receipts must be kept with the operation & be available for review during routine inspections for at least 90 days following the date of purchase.
Ice that is consumed or contacts food directly shall be obtained only in chipped, crushed, or cubed form. Ice that is obtained from outdoor ice towers at the commissaries is not approved for use in beverages or for human consumption.
All condiments must be dispensed from squeeze bottles, pump dispensers, individual packets or condiment containers with self-closing lids.
Condiments must be purchased ready-to-eat (pre-cut) form or prepared at an approved commissary prior to being placed on the pushcart. Chopping, cutting, mixing, etc is not allowed on the pushcart.
These guidelines have been created to assist operators of Mobile Food Establishments at
special events and other public events in Maricopa County. It is the responsibility of the operator to obtain the proper permits from the local regulatory authorities (State, City, County) prior to the event. To minimize the possibility of foodborne illness, these minimum requirements of the Maricopa County Environmental Health Code must be followed.
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