With the July 1 deadline for California’s food handler card requirement nearing, a state association of county restaurant inspectors has called for a six-month “slow roll out” of enforcement. New guidelines posted this week by the California Conference of Directors of Environmental Health, or CCDEH, recommend that from July 1 through January 1, 2012, enforcement of the law be limited to “education and notification of requirements for compliance.” The group says ...
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