State Requirements

While the ANSI National Accreditation Board (ANAB) has accredited Trust20's Food Handler Certificate training, Food Allergy Certificate training, and the Certified Food Protection Manager course and exam, the requirements for food safety training may vary by your role and/or location.

This comprehensive guide includes a summary of the regulations for food handler training, allergen awareness training, and food manager training in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.

Review your state's information below by selecting it from the dropdown or clicking on the map. If you have any concerns, please contact your local authority before making your purchase.

Note: Training requirements vary depending on your state, county, and, occasionally, city ordinances. Please confirm with your manager and local authority before purchasing.

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Ohio

Oklahoma

Oregon

Pennsylvania

Rhode Island

South Carolina

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Tennessee

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Utah

Vermont

Virginia

West Virginia

Wisconsin

Wyoming

Training + Certification Requirements

FOOD HANDLER

This ANAB-accredited course meets the requirements for food handler training in most states. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Alabama, Trust20’s nationally accredited Food Handler Certificate Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a CFPM with onboarding and training new employees.

    Note: Your local health department may have other requirements. Check with your local authority. 

FOOD HANDLER

Trust20’s Food Handler Certificate training does not meet Alaska’s requirements to obtain a Food Worker Card.

  • The Alaska Food Code requires employees of food establishments to obtain a Food Worker Card within 30 days after beginning work. Learners must successfully complete an exam conducted by the State of Alaska to meet their requirements. Trust20’s Food Handler Certificate training does not meet Alaska’s requirements.

FOOD HANDLER

This ANAB-accredited course meets the requirements for food handler training in most states. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Arizona, Trust20’s Food Handler Certificate Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a person-in-charge with onboarding and training new employees.

    Note: Some Arizona counties require a county-issued certificate, others accept nationally accredited courses, and some do not require at all. Please check your local requirements.

FOOD HANDLER

This ANAB-accredited course meets the requirements for food handler training in most states. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Arkansas, Trust20’s nationally accredited Food Handler Certificate Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a CFPM with onboarding and training new employees.

    Note: Your local health department or employer may have other requirements. Please confirm before purchasing.

FOOD HANDLER

Trust20’s Food Handler Certificate Training and Assessment does not meet the requirements for receiving a food handler card in California.

  • The California Health and Safety Code (HSC) requires food handlers to obtain a food handler card within 30 days after the date of hire from an American National Standards Institute (ANAB) accredited training provider that meets ASTM International E2659-09 Standard Practice for Certificate Program and meets the additional requirements of Section 113948 of the HSC.

    Trust20’s Food Handler CertificateTraining and Assessment does not meet the requirements for receiving a food handler card in California.

FOOD HANDLER

This ANAB-accredited course meets the requirements for food handler training in most states. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Colorado, Trust20’s Food Handler Certificate Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a CFPM with onboarding and training new employees.

    Note: Your local health department or employer may have other requirements. Check with your local authority.

FOOD HANDLER

This ANAB-accredited course meets the requirements for food handler training in most states. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Connecticut,
    Trust20’s Food Handler Certificate Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a QFO or CFPM with onboarding and training new employees.

    Note: Your local health department or employer may have other requirements. Check with your local authority.

FOOD HANDLER

This ANAB-accredited course meets the requirements for food handler training in most states. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Delaware, Trust20’s Food Handler Certificate Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a CFPM with onboarding and training new employees.

    Your local health department may have other requirements. Check with your local authority.

FOOD HANDLER

Trust20’s Food Handler Certificate Training is not an approved training program and does not meet the requirements for training in Florida.

  • The Florida Administrative Code requires all food service employees to be trained on proper food handling and hygiene practices every three years. Only division-approved training programs are accepted as meeting the training requirement.

    Important! Trust20’s Food Handler Certificate Training is not a Florida-approved training program and also does not meet Florida’s requirements for Certified Food Protection Manager (CFPM) certification.

    Your local health department may have other requirements. Check with your local authority.

FOOD HANDLER

This ANAB-accredited course meets the requirements for food handler training in most states. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Georgia, Trust20’s Food Handler Certificate Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a CFSM with onboarding and training new employees.

    Your local health department may have other requirements. Check with your local authority.

FOOD HANDLER

This ANAB-accredited course meets the requirements for food handler training in most states. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Hawaii requires at least one employee present during all hours of operation must have a Food Handler certificate. This may be fulfilled through a DOH course or an ANAB/ANSI accredited course.

    Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Hawaii, Trust20’s ANAB-accredited Food Handler Certificate Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a person in charge with onboarding and training new employees.

    Your local health department or employer may have other requirements. Check with your local authority.

FOOD HANDLER

This ANAB-accredited course meets the requirements for food handler training in most states. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Idaho, Trust20’s Food Handler Certificate Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a CFPM with onboarding and training new employees.

    Note: Your local health department or employer may require the Food Handler card offered by the State of Idaho. Please confirm with your manager and/or your local authority if nationally accredited food handler certificates meet their requirements.

FOOD HANDLER

This ANAB-accredited course meets the requirements for food handler training in most states. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • The Food Handling Regulation Enforcement Act of Illinois requires all food handlers employed by a restaurant in the State of Illinois to receive ANAB (formerly ANSI) accredited food handler training within 30 days of employment.

    The law defines a food handler as an individual working with unpackaged food, food equipment or utensils, or food-contact surfaces.

    Trust20’s Food Handler Certificate Training and Assessment are accredited by ANAB and meets the requirements set forth by the State of Illinois.

    Note: Your employer may set forth other requirements. Please confirm with your manager.

FOOD HANDLER

This ANAB-accredited course meets the requirements for food handler training in most states. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • The Department of Health for the state of Indiana only requires a minimum of ONE person to have an Indiana Food Handlers Card on-site during all hours of operation.

    Trust20’s Food Handler Certificate Training and Assessment are accredited by ANAB and meets the requirements set forth by the State of Indiana.

    Note: Some employers or restaurant managers will require all food handlers to complete training. Please confirm with your manager.

FOOD HANDLER

This ANAB-accredited course meets the requirements for food handler training in most states. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Iowa, Trust20’s Food Handler Certificate Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a CFPM with onboarding and training new employees.

    Your local health department or employer may have other requirements. Check with your local authority.

FOOD HANDLER

This ANAB-accredited course meets the requirements for food handler training in most states. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Kansas, Trust20’s Food Handler Certificate Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a CFPM with onboarding and training new employees.

    Your local health department or employer may have other requirements. Check with your local authority.

FOOD HANDLER

This ANAB-accredited course meets the requirements for food handler training in most states. However, many counties in Kentucky only accept certificates earned through their health department. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Kentucky, Trust20’s Food Handler Certificate Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a CFPM with onboarding and training new employees.

    Your local health department may have other requirements. Check with your local authority.
    Important! Many counties in Kentucky only accept certificates earned through their health department.

FOOD HANDLER

This ANAB-accredited course meets the requirements for food handler training in most states. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Louisiana, Trust20’s Food Handler Certificate Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help owners or managers with onboarding and training new employees.

    Important! Trust20's Food Handler course does not meet Louisiana's requirement for application for the "Gold Seal" Food Safety Certificate. Please see our CFPM course.

FOOD HANDLER

This ANAB-accredited course meets the requirements for food handler training in most states. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Maine, Trust20’s Food Handler Certificate Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a CFPM with onboarding and training new employees.

    Your local health department or employer may have other requirements. Check with your local authority.

FOOD HANDLER

This ANAB-accredited course meets the requirements for food handler training in most states. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Maryland, Trust20’s Food Handler Certificate Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a CFPM with onboarding and training new employees.

    Your local health department or employer may have other requirements. Check with your local authority.

FOOD HANDLER

This ANAB-accredited course meets the requirements for food handler training in most states. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Massachusetts, Trust20’s Food Handler Certificate Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a CFPM with onboarding and training new employees.

    Your local health department or employer may have other requirements. Check with your local authority.

FOOD HANDLER

This ANAB-accredited course meets the requirements for food handler training in most states. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Michigan, Trust20’s Food Handler Certificate Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a CFPM with onboarding and training new employees.

    Your local health department or employer may have other requirements. Check with your local authority.

FOOD HANDLER

This ANAB-accredited course meets the requirements for food handler training in most states. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Minnesota, Trust20’s Food Handler Certificate Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a CFPM with onboarding and training new employees.

    Your local health department or employer may have other requirements. Check with your local authority.

FOOD HANDLER

This ANAB-accredited course meets the requirements for food handler training in most states. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Mississippi, Trust20’s Food Handler Certificate Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a CFPM with onboarding and training new employees.

    Your local health department or employer may have other requirements. Check with your local authority.

FOOD HANDLER

This ANAB-accredited course meets the requirements for food handler training in most states. However, many counties in Missouri only accept certificates earned through their health department. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler in Missouri, Trust20’s Food Handler Certificate Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a CFPM with onboarding and training new employees.

    Your local health department may have other requirements. Check with your local authority.
    Important! Many counties in Missouri only accept certificates earned through their health department.

FOOD HANDLER

This ANAB-accredited course meets the requirements for food handler training in most states. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Montana, Trust20’s Food Handler Certificate Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a CFPM with onboarding and training new employees.

    Your local health department or employer may have other requirements. Check with your local authority.

FOOD HANDLER

This ANAB-accredited course meets the requirements for food handler training in most states. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Nebraska, Trust20’s Food Handler Certificate Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a CFPM with onboarding and training new employees.

    Your local health department or employer may have other requirements. Check with your local authority.

FOOD HANDLER

This ANAB-accredited course meets the requirements for food handler training in most states. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Nevada, Trust20’s Food Handler Certificate Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a CFPM with onboarding and training new employees.

    Your local health department or employer may have other requirements. Check with your local authority.
    Important! All food workers in Las Vegas and Clark County, Nevada, are required to receive a county-approved food handler safety card.

FOOD HANDLER

This ANAB-accredited course meets the requirements for food handler training in most states. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in New Hampshire, Trust20’s Food Handler Certificate Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a CFPM with onboarding and training new employees.

    Your local health department and employer may have other requirements. Check with your local authority.

FOOD HANDLER

This ANAB-accredited course meets the requirements for food handler training in most states. However, some counties in New Jersey only accept certificates earned through their health department. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in New Jersey, Trust20’s Food Handler Certificate Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a CFPM with onboarding and training new employees.

    Your local health department may have other requirements and some counties only accept certificates earned through their health department. Check with your local authority.

FOOD HANDLER

This ANAB-accredited course meets the requirements for food handler training in most states. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • The New Mexico Food Code requires food employees within 30 days of employment to demonstrate their knowledge of safe food handling practices through passing a test from an ANAB/ASTM E2659-09 accredited food handler training certificate program and possessing a valid food handler card.

    A “food employee” means an individual working with unpackaged food, food equipment or utensils, or food-contact surfaces.

    Trust20’s Food Handler Certificate Training and Assessment are accredited by ANAB/ANSI/ASTM E2659-09 accredited food handler training certificate program and meets the requirements for food handler training in New Mexico.

    Your local health department or employer may have other requirements. Check with your local authority.

FOOD HANDLER

This ANAB-accredited course meets the requirements for food handler training in most states. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Although non-supervisory employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in New York, Trust20’s Food Handler Certificate Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a supervisor or manager with onboarding and training new employees.

    Your local health department or employer may have other requirements. Check with your local authority.

FOOD HANDLER

This ANAB-accredited course meets the requirements for food handler training in most states. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in North Carolina, Trust20’s Food Handler Certificate Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a CFPM with onboarding and training new employees.

    Your local health department or employer may have other requirements. Check with your local authority.

FOOD HANDLER

This ANAB-accredited course meets the requirements for food handler training in most states. However, some counties in North Dakota only accept certificates earned through their health department. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in North Dakota, Trust20’s Food Handler Certificate Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a CFPM with onboarding and training new employees.

    Your local health department may have other requirements. Check with your local authority.

FOOD HANDLER

This ANAB-accredited course meets the requirements for food handler training in most states. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Ohio, Trust20’s Food Handler Certificate Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a person-in-charge with onboarding and training new employees.

    Your local health department or employer may have other requirements. Check with your local authority.

FOOD HANDLER

This ANAB-accredited course meets the requirements for food handler training in most states. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Oklahoma, Trust20’s Food Handler Certificate Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a CFPM with onboarding and training new employees.

    Your local health department may have other requirements. Check with your local authority.

FOOD HANDLER

Trust20’s Food Handler Certificate Training and Assessment are not authorized as a designated agent-provided food handler certificate program in Oregon.

  • The Oregon Administrative Rules require that all food handlers obtain a certificate of program completion from the Oregon Health Authority, Local Public Health Authority or a Designated Agent within 30 days after the date of hire.

    Food handling certification programs must be approved by the Oregon Health Authority Foodborne Illness Prevention Program to be valid in Oregon.

FOOD HANDLER

This ANAB-accredited course meets the requirements for food handler training in most states. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Pennsylvania, Trust20’s Food Handler Certificate Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a certified food manager with onboarding and training new employees.

    Your local health department or employer may have other requirements. Check with your local authority.

FOOD HANDLER

This ANAB-accredited course meets the requirements for food handler training in most states. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in any county in Rhode Island, Trust20’s nationally accredited Food Handler Certificate Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a person-in-charge with onboarding and training new employees.

    Note: Your employer may have other requirements or preferences. Please confirm before purchasing.

FOOD HANDLER

This ANAB-accredited course meets the requirements for food handler training in most states. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in any county in South Carolina, Trust20’s nationally accredited Food Handler Certificate Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help a manager with onboarding and training new employees.

    Your employer may have other requirements or preferences. Please confirm before purchasing.

FOOD HANDLER

This ANAB-accredited course meets the requirements for food handler training in most states. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in South Dakota, Trust20’s Food Handler Certificate Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help with onboarding and training new employees.

    Your local health department or employer may have other requirements. Check with your local authority.

FOOD HANDLER

This ANAB-accredited course meets the requirements for food handler training in most states. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Tennessee, Trust20’s Food Handler Certificate Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help with onboarding and training new employees.

    Your local health department or employer may have other requirements. Check with your local authority.

FOOD HANDLER

This ANAB-accredited course meets the requirements for food handler training in most states. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Pursuant to Texas’ Health and Safety Code, a food service worker trained in a food handler training course that is accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI/ANAB) or that is accredited by the Texas Health Department and listed with the Department’s registry is considered to have met a local health jurisdiction's training, testing, and permitting requirements.

    Trust20’s Food Handler Certificate Training and Assessment are accredited by ANSI/ANAB to meet all regulatory requirements required by the State of Texas.

    Note: Your local health department or employer may have other requirements. Check with your local authority.

FOOD HANDLER

Trust20’s Food Handler Certificate Training is not approved by Utah’s Department of Health.

  • Utah’s Administrative Rules and Health Code require food employees to be trained in food safety and hold a valid food handler's permit issued by a local health department. “Food handler” means a person who works with unpackaged food, food equipment or utensils, or food-contact surfaces for a food service establishment.

    Food handler training programs must be approved by Utah’s Department of Health.

FOOD HANDLER

This ANAB-accredited course meets the requirements for food handler training in most states. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Vermont, Trust20’s Food Handler Certificate Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help with onboarding and training new employees.

    Your local health department or employer may have other requirements. Check with your local authority.

FOOD HANDLER

This ANAB-accredited course meets the requirements for food handler training in most states. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Virginia, Trust20’s Food Handler Certificate Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help with onboarding and training new employees.

    Your local health department or employer may have other requirements. Check with your local authority.

FOOD HANDLER

Most counties in West Virginia require a county-issued permit and Trust20's Food Handler Certificate will not be accepted in many counties.

  • Food Handler cards are handled at the local level in West Virginia. Most counties require county-issued cards, but some counties may accept ANSI/ANAB certificates.

    Your local health department or employer may have other requirements. Please check with your local authority.

FOOD HANDLER

This ANAB-accredited course meets the requirements for food handler training in most states. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Wisconsin, Trust20’s Food Handler Certificate Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help with onboarding and training new employees.

    Your local health department or employer may have other requirements. Check with your local authority.

FOOD HANDLER

This ANAB-accredited course meets the requirements for food handler training in most states. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Although all employees are not required by law to have a food handler certificate in Wyoming, Trust20’s Food Handler Certificate Training is perfect for employees to learn basic food safety practices and can help with onboarding and training new employees.

    Your local health department or employer may have other requirements. Check with your local authority.

FOOD ALLERGY

This ANAB-accredited course can help Persons-In-Charge meet the requirement to ensure employees are trained in food allergy awareness. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Alabama Food Code states that the person-in-charge on each shift needs to be able to demonstrate allergen awareness by describing foods identified as MAJOR FOOD ALLERGENS and the symptoms that a MAJOR FOOD ALLERGEN could cause in a sensitive individual who has an allergic reaction.

    The CFPM is responsible for ensuring employees are properly trained in food safety, including food allergy awareness, as it relates to their assigned duties.

    While formal allergen training and certificates are not required in Alabama, Trust20's nationally accredited Allergy Awareness Certificate provides the foodservice industry with essential online training to meet the needs of diners with food allergies, intolerances, and preferences with confidence.

FOOD ALLERGY

This ANAB-accredited course can help Persons-In-Charge meet the requirement to ensure employees are trained in food allergy awareness. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Formal allergen training and certificates are not required in Alaska.

    Individuals or businesses may decide to utilize Trust20's nationally accredited Allergy Awareness Certificate, which provides the foodservice industry with essential online training to meet the needs of diners with food allergies, intolerances, and preferences with confidence.

FOOD ALLERGY

This ANAB-accredited course can help Persons-In-Charge meet the requirement to ensure employees are trained in food allergy awareness. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Formal allergen training and certificates are not required in Arizona.

    Individuals or businesses may decide to utilize Trust20's nationally accredited Allergy Awareness Certificate, which provides the foodservice industry with essential online training to meet the needs of diners with food allergies, intolerances, and preferences with confidence.

FOOD ALLERGY

This ANAB-accredited course can help Persons-In-Charge meet the requirement to ensure employees are trained in food allergy awareness. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Food allergen training and certificates are not required in Arkansas. It may be recommended or required at your workplace.

    Individuals or businesses may decide to utilize Trust20's nationally accredited Allergy Awareness Certificate, which provides the foodservice industry with essential online training to meet the needs of diners with food allergies, intolerances, and preferences with confidence.

FOOD ALLERGY

This ANAB-accredited course can help Persons-In-Charge meet the requirement to ensure employees are trained in food allergy awareness. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Though California Retail Food Code does not require a Food Allergen certificate, food handlers and managers are responsible for knowledge about food allergens in their workplace.

    Training can assist managers and owners with the knowledge necessary to create and implement their Food Allergy Plan.

    Individuals or businesses may decide to complete Trust20's nationally accredited Allergy Awareness Certificate, which provides the foodservice industry with essential online training to meet the needs of diners with food allergies, intolerances, and preferences with confidence.

FOOD ALLERGY

This ANAB-accredited course can help Persons-In-Charge meet the requirement to ensure employees are trained in food allergy awareness. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Formal allergen training and certificates are not required in Colorado.

    Individuals or businesses may decide to utilize Trust20's nationally accredited Allergy Awareness Certificate, which provides the foodservice industry with essential online training to meet the needs of diners with food allergies, intolerances, and preferences with confidence.

FOOD ALLERGY

This ANAB-accredited course can help Persons-In-Charge meet the requirement to ensure employees are trained in food allergy awareness. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Connecticut follows 2017 FDA Food Code which states that the person-in-charge on each shift needs to be able to demonstrate allergen awareness by describing foods identified as MAJOR FOOD ALLERGENS and the symptoms that a MAJOR FOOD ALLERGEN could cause in a sensitive individual who has an allergic reaction.

    The CFPM is responsible for ensuring employees are properly trained in food safety, including food allergy awareness, as it relates to their assigned duties.

    While formal allergen training and certificates are not required in Connecticut, Trust20's nationally accredited Allergy Awareness Certificate provides the foodservice industry with essential online training to meet the needs of diners with food allergies, intolerances, and preferences with confidence.

FOOD ALLERGY

This ANAB-accredited course can help Persons-In-Charge meet the requirement to ensure employees are trained in food allergy awareness. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Delaware follows 2017 FDA Food Code which states that the person-in-charge on each shift needs to be able to demonstrate allergen awareness by describing foods identified as MAJOR FOOD ALLERGENS and the symptoms that a MAJOR FOOD ALLERGEN could cause in a sensitive individual who has an allergic reaction.

    The CFPM is responsible for ensuring employees are properly trained in food safety, including food allergy awareness, as it relates to their assigned duties.

    While formal allergen training and certificates are not required in Delaware, Trust20's nationally accredited Allergy Awareness Certificate provides the foodservice industry with essential online training to meet the needs of diners with food allergies, intolerances, and preferences with confidence.

FOOD ALLERGY

This ANAB-accredited course can help Persons-In-Charge meet the requirement to ensure employees are trained in food allergy awareness. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Florida DBPR Division of Hotels and Restaurants states that "while operators are not required to offer allergen-free foods, managers and employees are required to have basic knowledge about food allergens - including knowing the eight major food allergens and describing common symptoms of an allergic food reaction."

    While formal allergen training and certificates are not required in Florida, Trust20's nationally accredited Allergy Awareness Certificate provides the foodservice industry with essential online training to meet the needs of diners with food allergies, intolerances, and preferences with confidence.

FOOD ALLERGY

This ANAB-accredited course can help Persons-In-Charge meet the requirement to ensure employees are trained in food allergy awareness. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Georgia Food Code states that the person-in-charge on each shift needs to be able to demonstrate allergen awareness by describing foods identified as MAJOR FOOD ALLERGENS and the symptoms that a MAJOR FOOD ALLERGEN could cause in a sensitive individual who has an allergic reaction.

    The CFPM is responsible for ensuring employees are properly trained in food safety, including food allergy awareness, as it relates to their assigned duties.

    While formal allergen training and certificates are not required in Georgia, Trust20's nationally accredited Allergy Awareness Certificate provides the foodservice industry with essential online training to meet the needs of diners with food allergies, intolerances, and preferences with confidence.

FOOD ALLERGY

This ANAB-accredited course can help Persons-In-Charge meet the requirement to ensure employees are trained in food allergy awareness. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Hawaii Food Code states that the supervisor is responsible for ensuring all employees are trained in safe food handling and allergies.

    While formal allergen training and certificates are not required in Hawaii, Trust20's nationally accredited Allergy Awareness Certificate provides the foodservice industry with essential online training to meet the needs of diners with food allergies, intolerances, and preferences with confidence.

FOOD ALLERGY

This ANAB-accredited course can help Persons-In-Charge meet the requirement to ensure employees are trained in food allergy awareness. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Idaho Food Code states that the person-in-charge on each shift needs to be able to demonstrate allergen awareness by describing foods identified as MAJOR FOOD ALLERGENS and the symptoms that a MAJOR FOOD ALLERGEN could cause in a sensitive individual who has an allergic reaction.

    The CFPM is responsible for ensuring employees are properly trained in food safety, including food allergy awareness, as it relates to their assigned duties.

    While formal allergen training and certificates are not required in Idaho, Trust20's nationally accredited Allergy Awareness Certificate provides the foodservice industry with essential online training to meet the needs of diners with food allergies, intolerances, and preferences with confidence.

FOOD ALLERGY

This ANAB-accredited course can help Persons-In-Charge meet the requirement to ensure employees are trained in food allergy awareness. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • PA101-0495 amends the Illinois Food Handling Regulation Enforcement Act, adding section 3.08 Food Allergy Awareness, effective August 23, 2019.

    The only requirement for Allergen Awareness in Illinois is appropriate signage displayed indicating that food consumers must communicate any information regarding food allergies to an employee who must then pass the information to the Person in Charge.

    While formal allergen training and certificates are not required in Illinois, Trust20's nationally accredited Allergy Awareness Certificate provides the foodservice industry with essential online training to meet the needs of diners with food allergies, intolerances, and preferences with confidence.

FOOD ALLERGY

This ANAB-accredited course can help Persons-In-Charge meet the requirement to ensure employees are trained in food allergy awareness. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Formal allergen training and certificates are not required in Indiana.

    Individuals or businesses may decide to utilize Trust20's nationally accredited Allergy Awareness Certificate, which provides the foodservice industry with essential online training to meet the needs of diners with food allergies, intolerances, and preferences with confidence.

FOOD ALLERGY

This ANAB-accredited course can help Persons-In-Charge meet the requirement to ensure employees are trained in food allergy awareness. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Iowa follows 2017 FDA Food Code which states that the person-in-charge on each shift needs to be able to demonstrate allergen awareness by describing foods identified as MAJOR FOOD ALLERGENS and the symptoms that a MAJOR FOOD ALLERGEN could cause in a sensitive individual who has an allergic reaction.

    The CFPM is responsible for ensuring employees are properly trained in food safety, including food allergy awareness, as it relates to their assigned duties.

    While formal allergen training and certificates are not required in Iowa, Trust20's nationally accredited Allergy Awareness Certificate provides the foodservice industry with essential online training to meet the needs of diners with food allergies, intolerances, and preferences with confidence.

FOOD ALLERGY

This ANAB-accredited course can help Persons-In-Charge meet the requirement to ensure employees are trained in food allergy awareness. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Formal allergen training and certificates are not required in Kansas.

    Individuals or businesses may decide to utilize Trust20's nationally accredited Allergy Awareness Certificate, which provides the foodservice industry with essential online training to meet the needs of diners with food allergies, intolerances, and preferences with confidence.

FOOD ALLERGY

This ANAB-accredited course can help Persons-In-Charge meet the requirement to ensure employees are trained in food allergy awareness. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Formal allergen training and certificates are not required in Kentucky.

    Individuals or businesses may decide to utilize Trust20's nationally accredited Allergy Awareness Certificate, which provides the foodservice industry with essential online training to meet the needs of diners with food allergies, intolerances, and preferences with confidence.

FOOD ALLERGY

This ANAB-accredited course can help Persons-In-Charge meet the requirement to ensure employees are trained in food allergy awareness. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Formal allergen training and certificates are not required in Louisiana.

    Individuals or businesses may decide to utilize Trust20's nationally accredited Allergy Awareness Certificate, which provides the foodservice industry with essential online training to meet the needs of diners with food allergies, intolerances, and preferences with confidence.

FOOD ALLERGY

This ANAB-accredited course can help Persons-In-Charge meet the requirement to ensure employees are trained in food allergy awareness. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Maine Food Code states that the person-in-charge on each shift needs to be able to demonstrate allergen awareness by describing foods identified as MAJOR FOOD ALLERGENS and the symptoms that a MAJOR FOOD ALLERGEN could cause in a sensitive individual who has an allergic reaction.

    The CFPM is responsible for ensuring employees are properly trained in food safety, including food allergy awareness, as it relates to their assigned duties.

    While formal allergen training and certificates are not required in Maine, Trust20's nationally accredited Allergy Awareness Certificate provides the foodservice industry with essential online training to meet the needs of diners with food allergies, intolerances, and preferences with confidence.

FOOD ALLERGY

This ANAB-accredited course can help Persons-In-Charge meet the requirement to ensure employees are trained in food allergy awareness. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • As of March 1, 2014, state law (Maryland Code Annotated, Health-General 21-330.2(A)) requires that 'a food establishment shall display prominently in the staff area of the food establishment a poster related to food allergy awareness that includes information regarding the risk of an allergic reaction.'

    Formal allergen training and certificates are not required in Maryland.

    Individuals or businesses may decide to utilize Trust20's nationally accredited Allergy Awareness Certificate, which provides the foodservice industry with essential online training to meet the needs of diners with food allergies, intolerances, and preferences with confidence.

FOOD ALLERGY

This ANAB-accredited course DOES NOT meet the requirements for food allergy training in Massachusetts.

  • Massachusetts requires Allergen Awareness training for Certified Food Protection Managers.

    Only two vendors are approved by Massachusetts Department of Public Health (MDPH) to issue certificates of allergen awareness training in accordance with 105 CMR 590.011(C)(3)(a).

    Important! Trust20's Allergen Awareness Certificate is not one of the MDPH courses.

FOOD ALLERGY

This ANAB-accredited course can help Persons-In-Charge meet the requirement to ensure employees are trained in food allergy awareness. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Beginning January 14, 2017 and every five years thereafter, a certified food safety manager who supervises the operations of a food service establishment shall have completed a food safety training program containing an allergen awareness component that has been approved by the Michigan Department of Health. The allergen awareness component may be an online program or a video.

    However, a certified food safety manager at a food service establishment with more than 20 locations within Michigan may satisfy this requirement by completing any nationally recognized food safety training program containing an allergen awareness component.

    Individuals or businesses may decide to utilize Trust20's nationally accredited Allergy Awareness Certificate, which provides the foodservice industry with essential online training to meet the needs of diners with food allergies, intolerances, and preferences with confidence.

FOOD ALLERGY

This ANAB-accredited course can help Persons-In-Charge meet the requirement to ensure employees are trained in food allergy awareness. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Retail food establishments in Minnesota must: 1) Ensure all employees have an understanding of: the allergen issue, hazards of undeclared allergens on labels, and the ability to identify common allergens in all foods sold, 2) Train employee groups on specific allergen concerns; kitchen employees need to understand about cross-contact potentials, service staff need to have ingredient lists available when customers inquire.

    It is better for them to say they don't know if an ingredient is included than to risk a customer's health, 3) Point to include in a training program: define allergens, consequences to sensitive people, importance of allergen control, most common areas where problems occur, accurate labeling, and control measures.

    Individuals or businesses may decide to utilize Trust20's nationally accredited Allergy Awareness Certificate, which provides the foodservice industry with essential online training to meet the needs of diners with food allergies, intolerances, and preferences with confidence.

FOOD ALLERGY

This ANAB-accredited course can help Persons-In-Charge meet the requirement to ensure employees are trained in food allergy awareness. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Formal allergen training and certificates are not required in Mississippi.

    Individuals or businesses may decide to utilize Trust20's nationally accredited Allergy Awareness Certificate, which provides the foodservice industry with essential online training to meet the needs of diners with food allergies, intolerances, and preferences with confidence.

FOOD ALLERGY

This ANAB-accredited course can help Persons-In-Charge meet the requirement to ensure employees are trained in food allergy awareness. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Formal allergen training and certificates are not required in Missouri.

    Individuals or businesses may decide to utilize Trust20's nationally accredited Allergy Awareness Certificate, which provides the foodservice industry with essential online training to meet the needs of diners with food allergies, intolerances, and preferences with confidence.

FOOD ALLERGY

This ANAB-accredited course can help Persons-In-Charge meet the requirement to ensure employees are trained in food allergy awareness. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Formal allergen training and certificates are not required in Montana.

    Individuals or businesses may decide to utilize Trust20's nationally accredited Allergy Awareness Certificate, which provides the foodservice industry with essential online training to meet the needs of diners with food allergies, intolerances, and preferences with confidence.

FOOD ALLERGY

This ANAB-accredited course can help Persons-In-Charge meet the requirement to ensure employees are trained in food allergy awareness. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Nebraska follows 2017 FDA Food Code which states that the person-in-charge on each shift needs to be able to demonstrate allergen awareness by describing foods identified as MAJOR FOOD ALLERGENS and the symptoms that a MAJOR FOOD ALLERGEN could cause in a sensitive individual who has an allergic reaction.

    The CFPM is responsible for ensuring employees are properly trained in food safety, including food allergy awareness, as it relates to their assigned duties.

    While formal allergen training and certificates are not required in Nebraska, Trust20's nationally accredited Allergy Awareness Certificate provides the foodservice industry with essential online training to meet the needs of diners with food allergies, intolerances, and preferences with confidence.

FOOD ALLERGY

This ANAB-accredited course can help Persons-In-Charge meet the requirement to ensure employees are trained in food allergy awareness. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Formal allergen training and certificates are not required in Nevada.

    Individuals or businesses may decide to utilize Trust20's nationally accredited Allergy Awareness Certificate, which provides the foodservice industry with essential online training to meet the needs of diners with food allergies, intolerances, and preferences with confidence.

FOOD ALLERGY

This ANAB-accredited course can help Persons-In-Charge meet the requirement to ensure employees are trained in food allergy awareness. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • New Hampshire follows 2017 FDA Food Code which states that the person-in-charge on each shift needs to be able to demonstrate allergen awareness by describing foods identified as MAJOR FOOD ALLERGENS and the symptoms that a MAJOR FOOD ALLERGEN could cause in a sensitive individual who has an allergic reaction.

    The CFPM is responsible for ensuring employees are properly trained in food safety, including food allergy awareness, as it relates to their assigned duties.

    While formal allergen training and certificates are not required in New Hampshire, Trust20's nationally accredited Allergy Awareness Certificate provides the foodservice industry with essential online training to meet the needs of diners with food allergies, intolerances, and preferences with confidence.

FOOD ALLERGY

This ANAB-accredited course can help Persons-In-Charge meet the requirement to ensure employees are trained in food allergy awareness. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • In New Jersey, Public Law 2005, c.026 (A303 ACS 2R) set the stage for this education by mandating the development of a fact sheet and public information campaign to help restaurateurs and state residents prevent triggering food allergy reactions.

    Rutgers University (Rutgers Cooperative Extension, Nutritional Sciences Department, Food Policy Institute), in collaboration with the NJ Department of Health and Senior Services and NJ Restaurant Association, put the mandate of the law into action. The law does not mandate Allergen Awareness training that leads to a certificate.

    While formal allergen training and certificates are not required in New Jersey, Trust20's nationally accredited Allergy Awareness Certificate provides the foodservice industry with essential online training to meet the needs of diners with food allergies, intolerances, and preferences with confidence.

FOOD ALLERGY

This ANAB-accredited course can help Persons-In-Charge meet the requirement to ensure employees are trained in food allergy awareness. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Formal allergen training and certificates are not required in New Mexico.

    Individuals or businesses may decide to utilize Trust20's nationally accredited Allergy Awareness Certificate, which provides the foodservice industry with essential online training to meet the needs of diners with food allergies, intolerances, and preferences with confidence.

FOOD ALLERGY

This ANAB-accredited course can help Persons-In-Charge meet the requirement to ensure employees are trained in food allergy awareness. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Formal allergen training and certificates are not currently required in most of New York. However, Westchester County, NY, recently passed a bill requiring some personnel to receive Food Allergen Awareness training. If you work in Westchester County, NY, please confirm acceptance of ANSI/ANAB accredited programs before purchasing.

    Individuals or businesses may decide to utilize Trust20's nationally accredited Allergy Awareness Certificate, which provides the foodservice industry with essential online training to meet the needs of diners with food allergies, intolerances, and preferences with confidence.

FOOD ALLERGY

This ANAB-accredited course can help Persons-In-Charge meet the requirement to ensure employees are trained in food allergy awareness. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • North Carolina follows 2009 FDA Food Code which states that the person-in-charge is responsible for ensuring employees are properly trained in food safety, including food allergy awareness, as it relates to their assigned duties.

    While formal allergen training and certificates are not required in North Carolina, Trust20's nationally accredited Allergy Awareness Certificate provides the foodservice industry with essential online training to meet the needs of diners with food allergies, intolerances, and preferences with confidence and can help managers ensure employees are properly trained.

FOOD ALLERGY

This ANAB-accredited course can help Persons-In-Charge meet the requirement to ensure employees are trained in food allergy awareness. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • North Dakota follows a modified 2013 FDA Food Code which requires the person-in-charge on each shift to demonstrate allergen awareness by describing foods identified as MAJOR FOOD ALLERGENS and the symptoms that a MAJOR FOOD ALLERGEN could cause in a sensitive individual who has an allergic reaction and ensure employees are properly trained in food safety, including food allergy awareness, as it relates to their assigned duties.

    While formal allergen training and certificates are not required in North Dakota, Trust20's nationally accredited Allergy Awareness Certificate provides the foodservice industry with essential online training to meet the needs of diners with food allergies, intolerances, and preferences with confidence.

FOOD ALLERGY

This ANAB-accredited course can help Persons-In-Charge meet the requirement to ensure employees are trained in food allergy awareness. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Ohio Food Code requires the person-in-charge to be able to identify major food allergens including milk, egg, fish, tree nuts, wheat, peanuts, and soybeans as specified in paragraph (B)(65) of rule 3717-1-01 of the Administrative Code and ensure that employees are properly trained in food safety, including food allergy awareness, as it relates to their assigned duties.

    While formal allergen training and certificates are not required in Ohio, Trust20's nationally accredited Allergy Awareness Certificate provides the foodservice industry with essential online training to meet the needs of diners with food allergies, intolerances, and preferences with confidence.

FOOD ALLERGY

This ANAB-accredited course can help Persons-In-Charge meet the requirement to ensure employees are trained in food allergy awareness. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Information on Food Allergies and which foods on your menu are most likely to cause allergic reactions for your customers will be an increased focus under the new Food Code in Oklahoma.

    The inspectors will have materials that will help managers identify the most common foods that cause allergies and how to train employees in this information. Formal allergen training and certificates are not required in Oklahoma.

    Individuals or businesses may decide to utilize Trust20's nationally accredited Allergy Awareness Certificate, which provides the foodservice industry with essential online training to meet the needs of diners with food allergies, intolerances, and preferences with confidence.

FOOD ALLERGY

This ANAB-accredited course can help Persons-In-Charge meet the requirement to ensure employees are trained in food allergy awareness. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Oregon's Food Safety Program requires that the person in charge must be able to describe the eight major food allergens and the symptoms that a major food allergen could cause in a sensitive individual who has an allergic reaction. (FOOD CODE, OAR 603-25-0030, CHAPTER 1-201.11(3); 2-102.11(9); 3- 602.11)

    While the person-in-charge is not required to receive a certificate in allergens, individuals or businesses may decide to utilize Trust20's nationally accredited Allergy Awareness Certificate, which provides the foodservice industry with essential online training to meet the needs of diners with food allergies, intolerances, and preferences with confidence.

FOOD ALLERGY

This ANAB-accredited course can help Persons-In-Charge meet the requirement to ensure employees are trained in food allergy awareness. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Pennsylvania follows 2017 FDA Food Code which states that the person-in-charge on each shift needs to be able to demonstrate allergen awareness by describing foods identified as MAJOR FOOD ALLERGENS and the symptoms that a MAJOR FOOD ALLERGEN could cause in a sensitive individual who has an allergic reaction.

    The CFPM is responsible for ensuring employees are properly trained in food safety, including food allergy awareness, as it relates to their assigned duties.

    While formal allergen training and certificates are not required in Pennsylvania, Trust20's nationally accredited Allergy Awareness Certificate provides the foodservice industry with essential online training to meet the needs of diners with food allergies, intolerances, and preferences with confidence.

FOOD ALLERGY

This ANAB-accredited course can help Persons-In-Charge meet the requirement to ensure employees are trained in food allergy awareness. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Under 23-20.12-2 of the General Assembly laws, Rhode Island Department of Health has a food allergy awareness program that requires that all food-service establishments shall take steps including designating a manager who shall be knowledgeable with regard to the relevant issues concerning food allergies as they relate to food preparation.

    Rhode Island also requires food establishments to train staff on allergy awareness.

    American National Standards Institute (ANSI/ANAB) approved Certified Food Safety Manager courses include a section on allergy awareness as part of the standard curriculum.

    While all employees are not required to earn an Allergen Awareness certificate, restaurants and managers may opt to use Trust20's nationally accredited Allergy Awareness Certificate provides the foodservice industry with essential online training to meet the needs of diners with food allergies, intolerances, and preferences with confidence and meet RIDOH's food allergy awareness requirements. RIDOH does not endorse or promote any individual business.

FOOD ALLERGY

This ANAB-accredited course can help Persons-In-Charge meet the requirement to ensure employees are trained in food allergy awareness. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • South Carolina follows 2017 FDA Food Code which states that the person-in-charge on each shift needs to be able to demonstrate allergen awareness by describing foods identified as MAJOR FOOD ALLERGENS and the symptoms that a MAJOR FOOD ALLERGEN could cause in a sensitive individual who has an allergic reaction.

    The CFPM is responsible for ensuring employees are properly trained in food safety, including food allergy awareness, as it relates to their assigned duties.

    While formal allergen training and certificates are not required in South Carolina, Trust20's nationally accredited Allergy Awareness Certificate provides the foodservice industry with essential online training to meet the needs of diners with food allergies, intolerances, and preferences with confidence.

FOOD ALLERGY

This ANAB-accredited course can help Persons-In-Charge meet the requirement to ensure employees are trained in food allergy awareness. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Formal allergen training and certificates are not required in South Dakota.

    Individuals or businesses may decide to utilize Trust20's nationally accredited Allergy Awareness Certificate, which provides the foodservice industry with essential online training to meet the needs of diners with food allergies, intolerances, and preferences with confidence.

FOOD ALLERGY

This ANAB-accredited course can help Persons-In-Charge meet the requirement to ensure employees are trained in food allergy awareness. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Tennessee Food Rules state that the person-in-charge on each shift needs to be able to demonstrate allergen awareness by describing foods identified as major food allergens and the symptoms that a major food allergen could cause in a sensitive individual who has an allergic reaction.

    The CFPM is responsible for ensuring employees are properly trained in food safety, including food allergy awareness, as it relates to their assigned duties.

    While formal allergen training and certificates are not required in Tennessee, Trust20's nationally accredited Allergy Awareness Certificate provides the foodservice industry with essential online training to meet the needs of diners with food allergies, intolerances, and preferences with confidence.

FOOD ALLERGY

This ANAB-accredited course can help Persons-In-Charge meet the requirement to ensure employees are trained in food allergy awareness. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Formal allergen training and certificates are not required in Texas.

    Individuals or businesses may decide to utilize Trust20's nationally accredited Allergy Awareness Certificate, which provides the foodservice industry with essential online training to meet the needs of diners with food allergies, intolerances, and preferences with confidence.

FOOD ALLERGY

This ANAB-accredited course can help Persons-In-Charge meet the requirement to ensure employees are trained in food allergy awareness. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Formal allergen training and certificates are not required in Utah.

    Individuals or businesses may decide to utilize Trust20's nationally accredited Allergy Awareness Certificate, which provides the foodservice industry with essential online training to meet the needs of diners with food allergies, intolerances, and preferences with confidence.

FOOD ALLERGY

This ANAB-accredited course can help Persons-In-Charge meet the requirement to ensure employees are trained in food allergy awareness. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Formal allergen training and certificates are not required in Vermont.

    Individuals or businesses may decide to utilize Trust20's nationally accredited Allergy Awareness Certificate, which provides the foodservice industry with essential online training to meet the needs of diners with food allergies, intolerances, and preferences with confidence.

FOOD ALLERGY

This ANAB-accredited course can help Persons-In-Charge meet the requirement to ensure employees are trained in food allergy awareness. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • During the 2015 Virginia General Assembly, House Bill HB 2090 was passed, mandating training standards that address food allergy awareness.

    The person-in-charge must be a Certified Food Protection Manager who has passed an exam (allergens are covered in CFPM training) and must ensure that employees are properly trained in food safety, including food allergy awareness, as it relates to their assigned duties.

    While formal allergen training and certificates are not required in addition to CFPM training Virginia, Trust20's nationally accredited Allergy Awareness Certificate provides the foodservice industry with essential online training to meet the needs of diners with food allergies, intolerances, and preferences with confidence.

FOOD ALLERGY

This ANAB-accredited course can help Persons-In-Charge meet the requirement to ensure employees are trained in food allergy awareness. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • West Virginia Food Service Establishment Regulations are based on the 2013 FDA Food Code which requires the person-in-charge on each shift to demonstrate allergen awareness by describing foods identified as MAJOR FOOD ALLERGENS and the symptoms that a MAJOR FOOD ALLERGEN could cause in a sensitive individual who has an allergic reaction and ensure employees are properly trained in food safety, including food allergy awareness, as it relates to their assigned duties.

    While formal allergen training and certificates are not required in West Virginia, Trust20's nationally accredited Allergy Awareness Certificate provides the foodservice industry with essential online training to meet the needs of diners with food allergies, intolerances, and preferences with confidence.

FOOD ALLERGY

This ANAB-accredited course can help Persons-In-Charge meet the requirement to ensure employees are trained in food allergy awareness. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Wisconsin Food Code states that the person-in-charge on each shift needs to be able to demonstrate allergen awareness by describing foods identified as MAJOR FOOD ALLERGENS and the symptoms that a MAJOR FOOD ALLERGEN could cause in a sensitive individual who has an allergic reaction.

    The CFPM is responsible for ensuring employees are properly trained in food safety, including food allergy awareness, as it relates to their assigned duties.

    While formal allergen training and certificates are not required in Wisconsin, Trust20's nationally accredited Allergy Awareness Certificate provides the foodservice industry with essential online training to meet the needs of diners with food allergies, intolerances, and preferences with confidence.

FOOD ALLERGY

This ANAB-accredited course can help Persons-In-Charge meet the requirement to ensure employees are trained in food allergy awareness. Please check with your local health department before purchasing.

  • Wyoming Food Safety Rule states that the person-in-charge on each shift needs to be able to demonstrate allergen awareness by describing foods identified as major food allergens and the symptoms that a major food allergen could cause in a sensitive individual who has an allergic reaction.

    The CFPM is responsible for ensuring employees are properly trained in food safety, including food allergy awareness, as it relates to their assigned duties.

    While formal allergen training and certificates are not required in Wyoming, Trust20's nationally accredited Allergy Awareness Certificate provides the foodservice industry with essential online training to meet the needs of diners with food allergies, intolerances, and preferences with confidence.

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