Cracking Down on the Vegetable Menace

Preadolescents in the area must be hoarse from cheering. It seems that MoCo health inspectors are raiding farmers’ markets, and shutting down vegetable vendors who are – gasp! – giving out samples.

“A whole tomato or cucumber is fine, we don’t regulate that or have fees associated with that,” said Clark Beil, a senior county administrator of licensure and regulatory services.

“But if they slice up those tomatoes and cucumbers and offer samples, that is different, now you’re food service and we have to treat you differently.”

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