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The University of Florida's Food Safety and Quality Program is dedicated to providing training which enables food managers and staff to offer Florida consumers food that is prepared in a clean and safe environment.

This training is offered through IFAS Cooperative Extension County Offices throughout the State of Florida.

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The goal of the National Food Safety Database project is to develop an efficient management system of US food safety databases that are used by the Cooperative Extension Service (CES), consumers, industry, and other public health organizations. The end result of such a management program is a highly informative, efficient and accurate website which will provide one-stop shopping for food safety information.

 

Questions?

If you have any questions about the Food Safety and Quality Program or would like to register, please call toll-free :

(888) 232-8723

Or E-mail Dr. Amy Simonne at asim@ufl.edu or Shannon Jackson at shannonjackson@ufl.edu

Upcoming ServSafe® Classes

  • April 23 - Panama City
  • April 23 - Tampa
  • April 25 - Stuart
  • May 9 - Kissimmee
  • May 12- Cocoa
  • May 14- Gainesville
  • May 16 - Stuart
  • May 28- Panama City

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