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Everything you need to know on recovering food safely!
Volunteering for the Food Recovery Network is an amazing act, and it’s great to see you helping in the fight against food waste.
But before you get started it’s important that you understand how to recover and store food safely, so it can be given to people who need it the most.
If you are part of a chapter in Texas, California, Illinois, New Mexico, Arizona or West Virginia, then the simple answer is YES .
It is state law that anyone handling food needs to understand food safety best practices.Get Started
The course is split into 9 chapters and explains in detail everything that is important when handling food.
Although you may not put into practice all of these chapters working for the Food Recovery Network this information will be really useful if you were to get a job in the food service industry.
Chapter 1- Introduction to Food Safety & The Law
Chapter 2- Food Safety Hazards – Pathogenic Bacteria
Chapter 3 – Allergens
Chapter 4 – Time & Temperature Controls
Chapter 5 – Principles of Safe Food Storage
Chapter 6 – Food Pests
Chapter 7 – Cleaning
Chapter 8 – Front of House
Chapter 9 – Personal Hygiene
Yes. Our Food Handler course is ANSI accredited and is mapped against the 2013 FDA Food Code, so everything you will learn will match the current food hygiene regulations.
This means that a dining manager knows the course you have taken has taught you everything you need to know, before they pass over the recovered food from their kitchens.Get started
Always Food Safe is an ANSI accredited, specialist web based e-learning provider for the food service sectors.
We pioneered the use of fully video-based online training systems, to provide the learner with a far more interactive and enjoyable learning experience. Uniquely, our courses are filmed in catering kitchens and provide curriculum based learning linked to “real life” situations.
This means that our course is 100% online and can be completed around your lifestyle.Get started