Riverside County Offers Food Handlers Convenient Online Training, StateFoodSafety.com Selected as Exclusive Online Food Handler Training Provider

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Riverside County Department of Environmental Health has exclusively selected StateFoodSafety.com to provide online food handler training to Riverside County food handlers. Food handlers now have a convenient online training option.

Riverside County is providing a great new online food handler training option for its public...

The Riverside County Department of Environmental Health, starting April 1, will provide another option to obtain critical food handler food safety training and an official County of Riverside Food Handler Card. Every person who handles food in Riverside County is required to maintain a valid food handler card throughout their employment in the food service industry. The new online training option brings added convenience for those who wish to receive their training online on any computer with internet access. The online training will be provided by StateFoodSafety.com, the industry leader in food handler training solutions, and will be available in English, Spanish, Mandarin, Vietnamese, Korean, and American Sign Language.

“Riverside County is providing a great online food handler training option for its public, and gives consumers an alternative to travelling to the Environmental Health offices to train,” said Christie H. Lewis, President of StateFoodSafety.com, “We are delighted that the County recognized our track record of success and response to health department needs. We have worked with the department to customize the course for their food handlers and know the residents of Riverside County will be benefited by this high-quality online food safety training available in so many languages.”

StateFoodSafety.com provides food handler training throughout the country. It has been awarded exclusive contracts through the solicitation process in many areas including the County of San Bernardino, CA; Salt Lake County, UT; Kansas City, MO; Austin/Travis, TX; and many others. StateFoodSafety.com was also the first company with an American National Standards Institute accredited food handler program and the first approved to provide food handler training throughout the rest of California.

For more information, contact Bryan Chapman at 801-494-1879, or email bchapman(at)statefoodsafety(dot)com.

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