352 Immunity of food donors

(1)

A donor is protected from civil and criminal liability that results from the consumption of food donated by the donor if—

(a)

the food was safe and suitable when it left the possession or control of the donor; and

(b)

as applicable, the donor provided the recipient with the information reasonably necessary to maintain the safety and suitability of the food.

(2)

In this section, donor means a person who donates food—

(a)

in good faith for a charitable, benevolent, or philanthropic purpose; and

(b)

with the intention that the consumer of the food would not have to pay for it.