39-4-22 Donation of food--Immunity from civil and criminal liability.
Donation of food--Immunity from civil and criminal liability.
The good-faith donor
of any perishable food, apparently fit for human consumption, to a bona fide charitable or nonprofit
organization for free distribution, or a gleaner of any perishable food apparently fit for human
consumption, is not subject to criminal penalty or civil damages arising from the condition of the
food, unless an injury is caused by the gross negligence, recklessness, or intentional conduct of the
donor or gleaner.
Source: SL 1981, ch 288, § 1.