FOOD SAFETY PROGRAM

FoodSafety

The major goals of this important program are to prevent foodborne illness and to assure that all retail food facilities are clean, safe and sanitary. All food and beverage facilities including restaurants, bars, food vending vehicles, school cafeterias, food vending machines, bakeries, produce stands, and retail food markets are inspected on a routine basis throughout the year. There are well over 500 permitted food facilities of all types in Kings County, making this program a substantial part of our workload.

 

 

The environmental health staff investigates complaints about food service operations and reported cases of foodborne illness. Classes in proper food handling and sanitation techniques are available on a voluntary basis for all food establishments. Also assistance is given to community organizations with the planning and implementation of special events involving food booths.

We consider our food safety program to be one of our top priorities!

FOOD PROGRAM REFERENCES

PLAN CHECK GUIDELINES

BBQ GUILDLINES

TEMPORARY FOOD BOOTH GUIDELINES (ENGLISH)

TEMPORARY FOOD BOOTH GUIDELINES (SPANISH)

MOBILE FOOD UNITS GUIDELINES

SB 180 SIGN FOR FACILITY

FOOD CROP SANITATION GUIDELINES

 

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