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News - October 5, 2018

County allowing pop-up restaurants while it forms regulatory plan

Pop-ups must follow food safety laws, permit conditions of host locations

Alameda County officials have said that they will temporarily stop shutting down pop-up restaurants, as long as they follow food safety laws, while county officials figure out a strategy for issuing permits for the restaurants.

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