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What Is A1 Food License?

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The A1 food license is given by the council to most types of shops allowing the holder to trade in sale of goods and cold foods as take away and not for consumption at the premises. Shops falling under this category are like coffee shops.
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A1 licence is a permit that allows for retail sales of most goods including food. An A1 licence governs the selling of hot and cold foods and their distribution and serving.
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