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Hosted by the Adirondack Brewery, the LGRCVB offered the ServSafe Food Safety Manager Certification Program to local employers for their Food and Beverage workers to attend free of charge. This opportunity was granted to support and promote the standards in the restaurant industry in Warren County - ensuring safe food handling.
A local instructor was hired to teach a day-long course and finalize with the exam and certificate. There were 20 students who completed the course and the exam.
he ServSafe food training program is a well-known and widely respected food safety certification program in the United States. It is developed and administered by the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation (NRAEF).
The ServSafe program provides training and certification for foodservice professionals on various aspects of food safety and sanitation, including:
The ServSafe program offers different levels of certification, including Food Handler, Manager, and Alcohol, based on the individual's role and responsibilities in the foodservice industry. Each level has specific training requirements and exams that participants must pass to earn their certification.
It's important to note that details of the program, including updates or changes, may have occurred after my last update. Therefore, for the most current and accurate information about the ServSafe program, I recommend checking the official National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation website or other reputable sources.