Choose Clean Dining When Traveling

The CDC estimates one in six of us will get sick this year from food borne illness.

Hopefully they will miss a day or two of work and it will just be an inconvenience. But ~60% of the time it is from eating at a restaurant.

How do you decide where to Dine out with Confidence?

How long will we accept ‘it must have been something I ate’?


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State Requirements 
Every state has different food handling and bartending requirements. Find out if Food Handler Cards and Bartending Licenses are required in your local area, and if so, where to find the appropriate training.