Dessert Products Oct Dec 2019 Wesh

Agency: State Government of Pennsylvania
State: Pennsylvania
Type of Government: State & Local
Posted Date: Aug 9, 2019
Due Date: Sep 6, 2019
Solicitation No: 6100048743
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Department for this solicitation: Procurement
Date Prepared: 08/09/19 Types: IFB
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Solicitation/Project#: 6100048743 Solicitation/Project Title: Dessert Products Oct-Dec 2019 WeSH
Description: Provide Dessert Products for the period of October 1, 2019 thru December 31, 2019. Please refer to the attached specifications for additional information. Questions should be directed to the Purchasing Department via phone or e-mail.
Department Information
Department/Agency: Human Services Delivery Location: Wernersville State Hospital 160 Main Street Building 34 Dock 2 Wernersville Pa 19565
County: Berks Duration: October 1- December 31, 2019
Contact Information
First Name: April Last Name: Dissinger
Phone Number:
(XXX-XXX-XXXX)
610-927-4700 Email: adissinger@pa.gov
Solicitation Information
Bids must be received by the purchasing agency on the Solicitation Due Date no later than the Solicitation Due Time as set forth in the solicitation. Any conflict between the dates and/or times contained in the solicitation itself or its attachments and this advertisement shall be resolved in favor of the solicitation.

Solicitation Start Date: 08/09/19
Solicitation Due Date: 09/06/19 Solicitation Due Time: 9:00 AM
Solicitation Opening Date: 09/06/19 Solicitation Opening Time: 9:01 AM
Opening Location: Wernersville State Hospital
No. of Addendums: 0
Amended Date: 08/09/19
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Original Files
Executive Order 2010_03.pdf
07- MISCELLANEOUS 05-19.docx




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Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
Governor's Office
Subject:
Pennsylvania-Produced Agricultural
Products Program
Number:
2010-03
By Direction of: Edward G. Rendell, Governor Date: September 14, 2010
WHEREAS, Pennsylvania is the most productive agricultural state in the Northeast,
with more than 63,000 farms and 7.7 million acres of crop and pasture
land; and
WHEREAS,
Pennsylvania farmers are a vital component of the commonwealth’s
economy, a leading economic enterprise in the commonwealth,
generating more than $6.1 billion annually in cash receipts, supporting a
$45 billion a year economic activity, and employing nearly one in seven
members of Pennsylvania’s workforce; and
WHEREAS, Pennsylvania-produced agricultural products provide a potential local
source for those commonwealth agencies that purchase agricultural
products; and
WHEREAS Pennsylvania-produced agricultural products are available at costs that
are competitive with agricultural products that are produced outside the
commonwealth; and
WHEREAS, the Department of Agriculture has developed the Pennsylvania
Preferred® program to increase sales of Pennsylvania-produced
agricultural products; and
WHEREAS, the purchase and use of Pennsylvania-produced agricultural products by
commonwealth agencies will benefit both Pennsylvania agriculture
industry and the agencies that purchase these products.
NOW, THEREFORE, be it resolved that I, Edward G. Rendell, Governor of the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the
Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and other laws, do hereby order:
1. Commonwealth Agency Purchases. All agencies under my jurisdiction
that purchase agricultural products shall, to the extent permitted by the
laws and agreements of the United States and the Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania and so as not to trigger the reciprocal preference laws of
other states, purchase Pennsylvania-produced agricultural products when
available at competitive prices.
Executive Order 2010-03
Page 1 of 3
2. Identification of Sources. Agencies shall, prior to purchasing
agricultural products, research potential sources of these agricultural
products to determine whether there are potential vendors of
Pennsylvania-produced agricultural products. At a minimum, agencies
shall contact the Department of Agriculture or review Department of
Agriculture published lists of producers of Pennsylvania Preferred®
agricultural products or licensees of the Pennsylvania Preferred®
trademark to identify potential bidders and vendors. The Department of
Agriculture shall assist agencies in identifying other potential vendors of
Pennsylvania-produced agricultural products.
3. Soliciting Vendors. If there are vendors of Pennsylvania-produced
agricultural products that would be responsive to the particular needs of
the agency, the agency shall solicit a quote, price or proposal from those
vendors.
4. Report. All commonwealth agencies that purchase agricultural products
shall, on or before January 1 of each year, provide a report to the
Department of Agriculture describing the types, quantities, and costs of
each agricultural product purchased and each Pennsylvania-produced
agricultural product purchased. The report shall be completed on a form
provided by the Department of Agriculture.
5. Definitions. For purposes of this order, Pennsylvania-produced
agricultural products shall consist of any of the following:
a. Fresh, unprocessed agricultural products with respect to which the
Department of Agriculture has granted a license allowing the use of
the Pennsylvania Preferred® trademark for marketing purposes.
b. Processed agricultural products with respect to which the
Department of Agriculture has granted a license allowing the use of
the Pennsylvania Preferred® trademark for marketing purposes.
c. Fresh, unprocessed agricultural products with respect to which the
vendor provides written certification that:
(1) one hundred percent of the products are harvested in a raw
state (for plant products) or a live state (for animal products)
from within the commonwealth; and
(2) if inspected by the Department of Agriculture, the United States
Department of Agriculture, the Food and Drug Administration or
an independent certifying organization, the products have met
the quality standards of that inspecting body.
Executive Order 2010-03
Page 2 of 3
d. Fresh, unprocessed agricultural products with respect to which the
vendor provides written certification that:
(1) the products have been grown within the commonwealth for at
least 75% of the products’ production cycle; and
(2) if inspected by the Department of Agriculture, the United States
Department of Agriculture, the Food and Drug Administration or
an independent certifying organization, the products have met
the quality standards of that inspecting body.
e. Processed agricultural products with respect to which the vendor
provides written certification that:
(1) one hundred percent of the final processing and packaging
occurred within the commonwealth;
(2) if the primary ingredient(s) are grown in Pennsylvania, at least
60% of the processor’s annual production is sourced using
products meeting the criteria for “Fresh, unprocessed products”
described in subsections (a), (b), (c) and (d), above;
(3) if the primary ingredients(s) are grown in Pennsylvania (these
ingredients are “grown in Pennsylvania” if they are listed as
being grown in this commonwealth at a commercial level in the
most recent annual report prepared by the Pennsylvania
Agricultural Statistics Service), but at a low level of production
which means the processor cannot buy enough to meet the
60% criteria at the time of application to the Pennsylvania
Preferred program, the processor buys the maximum amount of
Pennsylvania product available to it;
(4) if the primary ingredient(s) are not grown in Pennsylvania
(these ingredients are “not grown in Pennsylvania” if they are
not listed as being grown in this commonwealth at a
commercial level in the most recent annual report prepared by
the Pennsylvania Agricultural Statistics Service), the processor
performs at least 75% of the product’s processing operations
within Pennsylvania; and
(5) the processing is in compliance with all state and federal food
safety and sanitary requirements and has not incurred a major
violation of these requirements within the most recent calendar
year.
6. Resolving Conflicts with Other Jurisdictions. It is not the intention of
this order to violate or conflict with any international treaty or reciprocal
preference statute of another jurisdiction. This Order shall be interpreted
and applied to avoid any such violation or conflict.
7. Effective Date. This order shall take effect immediately.
Executive Order 2010-03
Page 3 of 3

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