Metro Detroit ServSafe Food Safety Manager Certification and Re-Certification Class March 2012

ServSafe Management Certification Class
These classes will cover the following principies: causes and prevention of foodborne illness, microorganisms, safe food handling techniques, safe food storage, cleaning and sanitizing procedures, past control, employees’ personal hygiene, employee education and motivation, Michigan’s Food Service Law, management’s responsibilities and the inspection process.
  • The certification is good for 5 years from the date it is issued.
  • Price includes ServSafe Book, Coffee Refreshments, and Lunch.
  • Book is mailed within 24 hours of payment.


Metro Detroit ServSafe Food Safety Manager Certification and Re-Certification Class February 2012

ServSafe Management Certification Class
These classes will cover the following principies: causes and prevention of foodborne illness, microorganisms, safe food handling techniques, safe food storage, cleaning and sanitizing procedures, past control, employees’ personal hygiene, employee education and motivation, Michigan’s Food Service Law, management’s responsibilities and the inspection process.
  • The certification is good for 5 years from the date it is issued.
  • Price includes ServSafe Book, Coffee Refreshments, and Lunch.
  • Book is mailed within 24 hours of payment.


CANCELLED: Metro Detroit ServSafe Food Safety Manager Certification and Re-Certification Class January 2012

ServSafe Management Certification Class
These classes will cover the following principies: causes and prevention of foodborne illness, microorganisms, safe food handling techniques, safe food storage, cleaning and sanitizing procedures, past control, employees’ personal hygiene, employee education and motivation, Michigan’s Food Service Law, management’s responsibilities and the inspection process.
  • The certification is good for 5 years from the date it is issued.
  • Price includes ServSafe Book, Coffee Refreshments, and Lunch.
  • Book is mailed within 24 hours of payment.


Michigan Laws for Non-Profit Bake Sales

A frequent question asked is “Do we need to have a food license to hold a bake sale for our non-profit?”.

The answer is no.  The Food Law of 200 established a new license exemption that affects charitable, religious, fraternal, and other non-profit organizations.

Part of the licensing exemptions covers:

Bake sales or potlucks run by a charitable, religious, fraternal or other non-profit organization and serving only home-prepared goods

This means that your non-profit bake sales is exempt from needing a food license.

Since the Michigan Department of Agriculture & Rural Development (MDARD) has the right to determine if you require a license if you feel you fall outside of these guidelines, it’s best to check if you are exempt.

If you have questions, drop them in the comment section or shoot us an email bjr[at]envicareinc.com