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Minnesota Food Handlers Permit

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  • 100% of job seekers said "make more money" was the biggest reason for earning their Minnesota Food Handlers Permit

Minnesota Food Handler Requirements

Minnesota food service establishments must employ at least one Certified Food Protection Manager who is responsible for overseeing safe food handling practices, employee training and employee health and hygiene. The CFPM designation must have been earned through training and testing by a state-approved program.1


References

1. “Minnesota Administrative Rules: Certified Food Protection Manager (CFPM) Requirements for Food Establishments”. Minnesota Legislature. Retrieved on JanuaryJan. 14, 2020.


Editorial content last updated: April 2020

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