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The number of Americans affected by food allergies is trending higher every year. Dining out is a serious concern for them as well as their family and friends. Those who deal with this life-threatening condition are often unsure which restaurants can safely accommodate them — if at all. That’s why making your restaurant staff allergy aware can help increase your revenue opportunities. To capitalize on this opportunity, you and your employees need to have the basic information required to ensure everyone takes the steps necessary to keep your customers safe. And the ServSafe Allergens Online Course is your best, most trusted source for qualified online training. Get started today!

The Course

Front Of The House

Back Of The House

  • Defining food allergies

  • Recognizing symptoms

  • Identifying allergens

  • Dangers of cross-contact

  • Proper cleaning methods

  • Proper communication

  • Preventing cross-contact

  • Workstations & self-serve areas

  • Special dietary requests

  • Dealing with emergencies

  • Importance of food labels

  • Handling food deliveries

  • Proper food preparation

  • Cleaning and personal hygiene

Are you protecting the health of your guests coping with food allergies?

  • Food allergies are rapidly affecting more people every year.
  • Common foods like peanuts, tree nuts, milk, egg, soy, wheat, shelfish and fish cause most allergic reactions
  • Studies indicate that half of all fatal food allergy reactions begin outside the home.
  • Some states have - and more are expected to - pass legislation requireing food allergy training.

The interactive ServSafe Allergens Online Course provides the protection you need. It drives home the critical lessons your employees and managers need to know before an emergency occurs. This is the comprehensive training you can trust.

Fifteen million Americans with food allergies dine with family and friends where they feel safe. Those who deal with these life-threatening conditions are often unsure which restaurants can safely accommodate them - if at all. Watch the video below to see why making your restaurant staff allergy-aware can help increase you revenue opportunities. To capitalize on this opportunity, restaurant staff at all levels - from owner-operator to front-of-house and back-of-houses - need to have the basic information required to ensure everyone takes the steps necessary to keep customers safe.