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This study aimed to evaluate the storage and distribution temperatures of foods in commercial restaurants in a public educational institution located in the city of Belo Horizonte, State of Minas Gerais, Brazil, and verify its conformity with the legislation. A digital infrared thermometer was used; data collection was performed in six restaurants for storage (chilled and frozen) and 11 for distribution of hot and cold preparations. In this stage, measurements of temperatures were takendoi:10.12957/demetra.2014.6800 fatcat:hw4pzsl3nbbglo4np7nhxh4nbm