Alaska Statutes.
Title 17. Food and Drugs
Chapter 20. Alaska Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act
Section 347. "Donor" and "Food Bank" Defined.
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AS 17.20.347. "Donor" and "Food Bank" Defined.

In AS 17.20.345 and 17.20.346,

(1) "donor" includes a person, farmer, retailer, slaughterhouse under state supervision, freight company, distributor, wholesaler, meat processor, seafood processor, or similar entity, and a person who acts in a commercial capacity as a manufacturer, packer, processor, bottler, or similar entity, even if that activity is the person's primary activity;

(2) "food bank" means a nonprofit organization that operates principally to collect, inspect, and salvage donated food for free distribution either to needy persons or to nonprofit organizations for free distribution to needy persons; in this paragraph, "nonprofit organization" means an organization recognized by the state or federal government as a nonprofit organization.

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