Texas Food Manager Certification & Handler Training
Texas Food Manager ANSI Certification
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Certified Food Manager Online ANSI Exam

ANSI Certified Duration: 1.5 hrs
Price: $35

The Texas CFM Exam is scheduled and taken entirely online – no need for 3rd Party Test Proctor. Take the course, pass the exam, print your certificate, and get your Texas Food Manager’s Certification! It's that easy!

Texas-Approved Certified Food Manager Exam Online Provider: (Learn2Serve.com – 360Training.com).

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Why is Texas Food Safety Training & Certification important?

Texas food safety and sanitation are integral to operating a successful food service. The safety of the food supply is a responsibility shared by consumers, producers, sellers, managers and handlers.

  • The Center for Disease Control (CDC) estimates that 76 million people fall ill, 325,000 are hospitalized and 5,000 Americans die annually from foodborne illness.
  • The top 3 causes of foodborne illness attributed to food preparation and service handlers are: poor personal hygiene, improper holding temperatures, and improper cooling procedures.
  • Since the majority of foodborne illnesses are attributed to food service handlers, and the top contributing factors are related to handlers behavior, the importance of the training food handlers receive is critical.
  • Food managers are responsible for overall operation of the food establishement and make sure everyone is trained on proper food preparation, proper food safety techniques and understand and follow health standards.
  • ANSI accreditation helps assure quality and safety of food products, systems, services and personnel.

Texas Food Service industry & Economy

  • Restaurants are a driving force in Texas’s economy. They provide jobs and build careers for thousands of people, and play a vital role in local communities throughout the state. Food service training is key to keep this economy growing.
  • Texas has approximately 43,670 food and beverage serving locations, with an annual revenue of more than $54.1 billion and over 1,273,000 restaurant/bar jobs (10% of employment on the state). Texas is expected to see 16.3% job growth over the next 10 years, well above the industry average. Source: NRA - Texas Restaurant Industry at a Glance (PDF)
  • In the Austin metropolitan area alone, the food service sector generates $4.1 billion in economic activity and supports more than 43,000 jobs. Whether you're interested in starting your own restaurant, food trailer, or food processing business, there are important things you should know before getting started.

Texas Food Manager & Food Handler Requirements

  • Texas Food Manager Requirements
    Texas requires that a person-in-charge (PIC), owner, or employee of a food service establishment - (i.e., bars, restaurants, mobile vendors, food trucks, caterers, assisted-living, and day care centers) be a Certified Food Manager (CFM) as outlined in the Texas Food Code by successfully passing an ANSI-accredited and Texas Department of State Health Service approved - food safety certification exam.

  • Texas Food Handler Requirements
    Texas requires food handler training for all individuals working in Texas food service establishments - (i.e., restaurants, cafes, bakeries, delis, mobile vendors, food trucks, bars, kiosks, convenience stores, and other food service employees).