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eFoodhandlers® UT Food Handler Course
Your source for APPROVED UTAH STATE food safety training & testing. This Food Handler training program will teach you safe food handling practices so that you can keep the public safe! Only $7 + $15 health department fee.

Upon completion of the Utah food handler course and test, you will earn a temporary certificate, valid as a permit for 30 days. The health department you designate will mail you your official Utah Food Handlers Permit. Refer to the UT Food Handlers Card printing page for more information. To learn more about how to get your Utah Food Handlers Permit, click here.

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Guillermo: 'Food safety is the
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A Food Handlers Card for UTAH?
  • Food Safety education that is Easy to Understand
  • ANSI accredited training means quality training
  • Immediate Print for certificates, wallet cards & badges
  • No questions-asked refunds
  • Laminated wallet cards, badges and manuals for purchase
  • Free/Discounted training to schools, volunteers and the economically challenged
  • eFoodhandlers honors competitive discounts and promotions.


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Salsa & Guacomole Season is here

As people in UTAH take their cooking and entertaining outside, food handlers of the domestic variety face new food safety threats. Salsa & Guacomole are both potentially hazardous food that permits the spread of bacteria. Warm temperatures can increase this growth and ca be a license for disaster if safe food handling practices are ignored. Food handlers must keep foods like Salsa & Guacomole as well as all TCS foods (Temperature Control for Safety) free of harmful pathogens. The key is to not permit food to remain in the danger zone (41-135 degress). Always refrigerate these foods when not being served.

Earning a certificate from eFoodhandlers teaches even the weekend food handler about proper temperature control and the results from unsafe handling practices.

 
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Clearfield
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Fillmore
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Highland
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Kaysville
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Orem
Park City
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Tremonton
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