Food Safety: Licensing Faith-Based Organizations for Food Events
To reduce the potential for foodborne illness, the Stratford Health Department sought to properly license FBOs according to the Connecticut Public Health Code. This project was chosen because most FBO kitchens were structurally noncompliant, staff were not trained in food safety, and improper licenses were being issued. Before this project, FBOs were provided with an “annual license” from the Stratford Health Department for $5, but kitchens were not inspected, and there were no standards for regulations.
Broneill, G. Public Health Quality Improvement Exchange. Food Safety: Licensing Faith-Based Organizations for Food Events . Wed, 08/12/2015 - 13:43. Available at http://phqix.org/content/food-safety-licensing-faith-based-organizations-food-events. Accessed March 8, 2021.
Background and Aim
Planning and Execution Details
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