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Ivy Tech offering food safety certificate

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Ivy Tech Community College is offering a food safety certificate for entrepreneurs who sell food out of their home or at markets.

It comes after the Indiana State Department of Health enacted a new law that requires entities that sell and handle food, such as home baked goods, to have a ServSafe certificate.

Ivy Tech says participants who register for the ServSafe certificate receive a four-hour training with an exam… and, if they pass, they’ll get a ServSafe Food Handler certificate of achievement, which will bevalid for up to three years.

Ivy Tech says the certificate puts food makers in compliance with the new state requirements. The cost is $50 per student and includes registration, exams, and books.

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Chris Johnson November 4, 2022 at 5:11 am

When do they start? All campuses?

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