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Two states — Rhode Island and Massachusetts — currently require food operators to provide food-allergen training for their employees. But many more will soon be taking similar action. In fact, there are already 15 states requiring public schools and open-enrollment charter schools to implement strategies for special care of students with food allergies.
For over four decades, the National Restaurant Association has devised and delivered the most highly respected food safety training for the foodservice industry through the ServSafe program. Here some highlights from our newest food allergy online training course.
When a guest notifies a staff member that someone in their party has a food allergy, follow the “Four R’s” listed here”
ServSafe is dedicated to make restaurant dining safer for the 15 million Americans coping with food allergies. We are providing restaurant personnel with evidence-based education, training and resources.
Everyone facing the challenges of food allergies can now find helpful tips for managing their allergies as well as a variety of other resources at the ServSafe Home Food Safety website.
Created utilizing the same exacting standards that the ServSafe food safety program was created by. Protecting you for nearly 40 years.