42. Sanitary Quality, Continued
Follow these guidelines when using dry milk and dry milk products:
Make dry milk and dry milk products from pasteurized milk.
DO NOT use dry milk and dry milk products that are reconstituted in the food
service facility as fluid milk for direct consumption by the customer.
If the IMA authorizes reconstituted dry milk and dry milk products for this
use, then you may act accordingly.
Procure and serve milk and fluid milk products that are used for drinking
purposes. These items should be served in their original containers. Also, ensure
that the original container has a capacity of 1 pint or less (the approved container
that is used with bulk milk dispensers is an exception). When the IMA approves,
you may use an original container that has a capacity of 1/2 gallon.
NOTE: When commissary milk
is used for family consumption, sell
it in the
original container. Ensure that the IMA approves of the size of this container.
When you serve fresh milk in flight, use individual, single-service, disposable
containers that have a capacity of 1 pint or less. Also use these containers
when you serve fresh milk--
In transit or at field exercises.
To patients who are in isolation for infectious or suspected infectious diseases.
To individuals under similar conditions when sanitation controls may be
DO NOT serve shellfish in Army food service facilities unless it has been
procured from an approved source. Keep shellfish in original, labeled containers
until you use it.