Food Safety Training

Iowa State University Extension campus and field specialists offer a number of training courses to help educate food handlers in food processing and foodservice establishments serve safe food to their customers. ISU Extension offers the following food safety training services:

  • ServSafe® Food Protection Manager certification course for restaurants and foodservice managers.
  • SafeFood©, a 2-hour course for restaurant and foodservice employees.

Iowa State University Extension is proud to partner with local health departments, the Iowa Restaurant Association (ServSafe®) to provide this program.

For more information about our food safety training programs or to find a course near you, visit the following links:

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Food Safety Tip of the Day

Take two.

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Cutting boards are one of the most common kitchen items that causes cross contamination. A different cutting board should be used for raw meat, poultry and seafood than is used for preparing ready-to-eat foods like salads and fruits. The produce often is not cooked before being served, so any contaminants will not have a "kill step" prior to consumption.

Source: Partnership for Food Safety Education

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Foodborne Pathogen of the Day

ServSafe® Training Events

Self-guided training for managers and supervisors