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North Carolina Food Handler Certification

We asked 3 job seekers about their North Carolina Food Handler Certification. This is what they told us:

  • 67% of job seekers said "make more money" was the biggest reason for earning their North Carolina Food Handler Certification

North Carolina Food Handler Requirements

Under North Carolina Food Law, at least one management-level employee must be a Certified Food Protection Manager who has earned their certification through an ANSI-accredited training program. Food service establishments also must have a person in charge who is a CFPM at all times that food is being prepared, packaged or served.1


References

1. “North Carolina Food Code Manual”. NC Department of Health and Human Services. Retrieved on January 15, 2020.


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Why did you decide to earn your North Carolina Food Handler Certification?

Based on 3 responses

Required for my current job

0%

Make more money

67%

Changing careers

0%

Get an edge over other candidates

67%

Help my career progression

0%

Other

33%

What was your job title after earning this certification?

Based on 1 responses

Safety Coordinator View jobs

100%

What do people wish they knew before earning their North Carolina Food Handler Certification?

1 people answered

What advice would you give to someone interested in earning their North Carolina Food Handler Certification?

1 people answered

“its good to know for your health and others.”

Jan. 5, 2020
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