The Jan. 1 deadline for enforcement of the new food handler card requirement in California is approaching and restaurant operators should be prepared for health inspectors to ask if their workers are certified. Under legislation adopted last year, all restaurant and retail workers in California involved in the preparation, service or storage of food must pass a food safety test to earn a food handlers card that ensures that all foodservice workers at least have basic training in food safety. ...
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