ServSafe Food Safety Manager for Retail and Cottage Food Law
|Training Dates||To Register||Training Location|
|September 14-16||Click here||Bridgeton RFIC, in person|
|October 12-14||Click here||Bridgeton RFIC, in person|
This course includes 16 hours of classroom instruction given over two days. Participants in this training will be required to take a 90-question test and will earn an official ServeSafe Manager Certificate from the Restaurant Food Association.
What Participants Will Learn
ServSafe materials reflect the latest science, research, and FDA code.
This class provides training on the following topics:
- Providing Food Safety
- Forms of Contamination
- The Safe Food Handler
- Flow of Food – Introduction
- Flow of Food – Purchasing, Receiving, and Storage
- Flow of Food – Preparation
- Flow of Food – Service
- Food Safety Management Systems
- Safe Facilities & Pest Management
- Cleaning & Sanitizing
Who Should Attend
This Food Safety Manager course is intended for those in the foodservice operations that is the PIC (Person in Charge) that ensures all food is being handled and served safely by all employees.
This course also satisfies the requirement for the upcoming approval of NJ’s Cottage Food Permit law will be required to take the Food Safety Manager Course.
Costs: $199. Price is per person and includes training materials, course instruction and exam fees. Class will be offered in person.
Participants in the training program are encouraged to register as soon as possible, as class-size is limited and seats are reserved only after payment is received.
Please contact Pauline Pepper at email@example.com or 856-391-7606 if you have any problems with online registration.
FOODS ALLOWED UNDER NEW JERSEY COTTAGE FOOD LAW
- Chocolate-covered nuts
- Chocolate-covered dried fruit
- Dried fruit
- Dried herbs, seasonings, and mixtures
- Dried pasta
- Dry baking mix
- Fruit jams
- Fruit jellies
- Fruit preserves
- Fruit pies
- Fruit empanadas
- Fruit tamales (except pumpkin)
- Trail mix
- Sweet sorghum syrup
- Nuts and nut mixtures
- Nut butters
- Caramel corn
- Roasted coffee
- Dried tea
- Waffle cones
- Other non-perishable foods upon written application
Top 15 Foods that Caused Outbreak-Associated Illnesses, 2008-2018*
Mellonie O’Neill is able to offer this course, and other food safety courses, on-site at food processor locations, using a flat-rate fee structure that is financially advantageous for training groups of individuals. Please contact Mellonie O’Neill at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information regarding client-site training.