Food Safety Certification MN

Food Safety Certification Exam

Food Safety Certification Exams For Non-English Speakers

It's only fair to share…FacebookTwitterLinkedinBufferPinterestTumblremailMinnesota has a rather diverse food community, and many food service workers and certified food protection managers have learned English as their second language. If you’ve had the experience of taking a test or reviewing course materials in a language you’re not fluent in, you’ll know how frustrating it can be to fear misunderstanding test questions. The good news is, that at Safe Food Training, we… Read More »Food Safety Certification Exams For Non-English Speakers

Food Safety Standards for Automated Restaurants

Food Safety Standards for Automated Restaurants

It's only fair to share…FacebookTwitterLinkedinBufferPinterestTumblremailIt may sound like we’re pulling this story out of an episode of the Jetson’s, but the future is here and automated mobile restaurants are starting becoming a reality. That got us to thinking, in the absence of employees and ServSafe food managers that have completed food safety courses, how exactly will we know if the food safety standards are being maintained in future automated restaurants?… Read More »Food Safety Standards for Automated Restaurants

Food Safety Training for Reusable Takeout Containers

New Food Safety Training for Reusable Takeout Containers

It's only fair to share…FacebookTwitterLinkedinBufferPinterestTumblremailOver the past few months, we’ve been covering upcoming changes to the Minnesota Food Code, and in the course of our research, we’ve come across a proposed rule that allows food outlets to utilize reusable takeout containers for food and beverages. Since these containers are not always stored on site, adapting to this new opportunity will take a quick food safety training for reusable takeout containers.… Read More »New Food Safety Training for Reusable Takeout Containers

Prepackaged Food Safety Training

Prepackaged Food Safety Training

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It's only fair to share…FacebookTwitterLinkedinBufferPinterestTumblremailMost restaurants make their menu items in their own kitchens, but some chain restaurants with a multitude of locations and other facilities may not have the luxury of staff or kitchen space so they bring in certain prepackaged items to fill out their menus. In these cases, the distributor is the one who prepares and packages these meals, salad mixes or other ready-to-eat foods, so how… Read More »Prepackaged Food Safety Training