Food safety courses
For food professionals and staff
Check out the online course!
Serve It Up Safely™, an award-winning training meets Minnesota's 4-hour continuing education requirement to renew your Food Manager Certification.
- Online. Choose the modules you need. Interactive, using videos, quizzes, case studies, tip sheets and resources to download.
Food establishments are responsible for keeping food safe for their customers. All foodservice workers need BASIC food safety training.
- In person. The two-hour workshops provide interactive hands-on training. Offered for groups of at least 20, at site you provide, depending on availability of educators. Email email@example.com to schedule a course.
- Online. Nine individual modules available. $25 each. Receive a certificate of completion. Online modules
Check out the online course!
One-hour interactive web-based course teaches food handlers about food allergies and the important role they have to protect the health of customers
- Online. One hour of interactive activities, quizzes, and videos. Receive a certificate of completion.
For home and community
Learn about Minnesota's safe food sampling at farmers' markets' legislation and food safety principles for vendors and food demonstrators to prepare and offer safe food samples.
- In person, depending on availability of educators. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out about upcoming workshops, or to host one for your group.
Three courses: for seniors and caregivers; for children, parents and caregivers; and for special needs, in home or care settings.
- In person. For 20 or more people depending on availability of educators.
Quantity cooking requires different skills and knowledge. Volunteers learn about storage, safe cooling and cooking temperatures, and serving buffet-style.
- In person, depending on availability of educators. Can be delivered for at least 20 people at your site in a 3-hour format. Email email@example.com to schedule a course.
- Online. Watch a 15 minute presentation and print a leader's guide and handouts, for yourself or a group you will train.
If you prepare, preserve and process foods at home for your own use, learn food safety and food quality, including new hazards, food handling and processing methods.
- In person, depending on availability of educator, minimum of 20 people. Safe freezing, pickling, canning or drying food your grow or buy in quantity.
- Online. Food preservation mini module series of 5-minute presentations on a variety of topics. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a course.
This advanced course focuses on food safety practices for all processes covered under the 2015 cottage food law including drying, baking, confections, jams and jellies, acid and acidified fruit and vegetables and fermentation. Email email@example.com to find out about upcoming workshops, or to host one for your group.