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A. Bulk food and product modules shall be protected from contamination during display, customer self-service, refilling and storage.
B. Each product module shall have a tight fitting lid that is kept in a closed position at all times except during stocking and customer service.
C. Containers supplied by customers shall not be used in a manner that contaminates bulk food. Take-home containers, including bags, cups and lids, provided for customer use shall be stored and dispensed in a sanitary manner.
D. Pet food and nonfood items shall be separated by a barrier or open space from product modules and bulk food.
E. Potentially hazardous food shall not be provided as bulk food for customer self-service.
F. Bulk food removed from a product module by a consumer but not ultimately purchased shall not be returned to the product module or offered for resale by the retailer.