Colo. Rev. Stat. §25-4, 2001
TITLE 25 HEALTH : DISEASE CONTROL :
ARTICLE 4 DISEASE CONTROL
PART 1 SANITARY REGULATIONS
25-4-101. Premises sanitation - food defined.
Every building, room, basement, enclosure, or premises occupied, used, or maintained as a bakery, confectionery, cannery, packing house, slaughterhouse, creamery, cheese factory, restaurant, hotel, grocery, meat market factory, shop, or warehouse, or any public place or manufacturing place used for the preparation, manufacture, packing, storage, sale, or distribution of any food, as defined in this section, which is intended for sale shall be properly and adequately lighted, drained, plumbed, and ventilated and shall be conducted with strict regard to the influence of such conditions upon the health of operatives, employees, clerks, or other persons therein employed and the purity and wholesomeness of the food therein produced, prepared, manufactured, packed, stored, sold, or distributed. For the purposes of this part 1, "food" includes all articles used for food, drink, confectionery, or condiment, whether simple, mixed, or compound, and all substances or ingredients used in the preparation thereof.
History Source: L. 13: p. 510, § 1. C.L. § 1015. CSA: C. 69, § 21. CRS 53: § 66-13-1. C.R.S. 1963: § 66-13-1.
Annotations Cross references: For safety inspections, see articles 1 and 4 of title 9; for the "Slaughter, Processing, and Sale of Meat Animals Act", see article 33 of title 35.
25-4-102. Sanitary regulations.
The floors, sidewalls, ceilings, furniture, receptacles, utensils, dishes, implements, and machinery of every restaurant, hotel kitchen, and establishment or place where such food intended for sale is produced, prepared, manufactured, packed, stored, sold, or distributed and all cars, trucks, and vehicles used in the transportation of such food products shall at no time be kept or permitted to remain in an unclean, unhealthful, or unsanitary condition. For the purpose of this part