Hospitality Minnesota offers three types of ServSafe training through the National Restaurant Association's Education Foundation:
Food Manager Training
The ServSafe® program meets the food manager requirements of the Minnesota Department of Health for full-day certification and half-day recertification.
The materials blend the latest FDA Food Code, food safety research and years of food sanitation training experience. Managers learn to implement essential food safety practices and create a culture of food safety.
Classes are available online and in the classroom. On-site training is also available (minimum of 15 participants).
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Alcohol service involves many risks. Failure to act responsibly could result in fines, imprisonment, losing your liquor license, increased insurance costs, or losing your business.
The ServSafe Alcohol® program prepares bartenders, servers, hosts, bussers, valets, bouncers and all front-of-house staff to effectively and safely handle difficult situations in your operation. Classes are available online and in the classroom.
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The number of Americans affected by food allergies is trending higher every year and studies indicate that half the fatal episodes from food allergens occur outside the home. Dining out is a serious concern for customers with food allergies, as well as their family and friends.
The ServSafe Allergens® online course covers such topics as identifying allergens, communication with the guest, preventing cross-contact, food labels and more.
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