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Posted on: November 9, 2017

Allergen Awareness Training for High Risk Food Establishments

For Category I, High Risk restaurants, allergen awareness training is required by July 1, 2018. Unless otherwise provided, all certified food service sanitation managers employed by a restaurant must receive or obtain training in basic allergen awareness principles within 30 days after employment and every 3 years thereafter. Training programs must be accredited by the American National Standards Institute or another reputable accreditation agency under the ASTM International E2659-09 (Standard Practice for Certificate Programs). ServSafe Allergen Course and AllerTrain Course are ANSI accredited.

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