Proper food handling is one of the quintessential elements of a business in the food service industry. In fact, state health departments and local governments consider it to be so important, food handlers are required to have food handler licenses and/or certifications. When you take your food handlers certification classes you will likely come across the types of equipment and tools used by professional food handlers in food service businesses.
There are several different factors that food service industries and businesses have to consider when purchasing kitchen or dining room equipment. Continue reading
A food handlers license is often the most important thing a person in the food industry can do for their career. By receiving such a license or certificate it is possible not only to receive promotions but to build a successful and diverse career. Many different places require a food handling license from its employees even if the business is not an actual restaurant. Such places include non-profit organizations, schools, daycare facilities, and several others. When it comes to a food handler license, Texas is but one of many states that require its recipients to have participated in a well-developed program.
Working in the food service industry can be a rewarding and sometimes demanding career choice, one with requirements not only for proper skills, but also for safe handling of food. In order to advance in this career to a supervisory or management role, Texas law will require you to obtain a food handler’s license. Continue reading