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Minneapolis, Minnesota Food Allergens Essentials Training

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Do you work for a Minneapolis licensed food business or live in Minneapolis? You may qualify for a free voucher code from the Minneapolis Health Department to take a food allergens training at no cost to you. Contact food@minneapolismn.gov for more information.
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How to Get Your Food Allergens Training



  • 100% Online
  • City of Minneapolis Approved
  • ANAB Accredited


  • 2 Test Attempts
  • 70% to Pass

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  • Print from Home
  • Valid for 2 years
  • Training Access for 1 Year

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About Course

Format: Online
Compatible Devices: Computer, tablet, and smartphone (Android, iOS)
Teaching Methods: Interactive activities, audio, video, full-text, etc.
Available Languages: English, Español
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Length: 60 Minutes (Start and stop as needed)

To get your food allergen training certificate, simply watch the training videos and pass the test.

This Food Allergens Essentials training program is ANAB Accredited and is approved for use in the Minneapolis by the City of Minneapolis Public Health.

The purpose of the Food Allergens Essentials training program is to prepare food workers to control food allergens in the workplace.

This program has been designed for food workers, which are generally understood as individuals working in the food service industry in non-managerial roles. This program will provide training and testing relevant to the major food allergens identified by the FDA, identifying allergens in the workplace, communicating with customers and coworkers, and preventing cross-contact.

Learning Objectives 
By the end of this course, you will be able to: 
  • Identify the eight major food allergens that cause 90% of food allergen-related hospitalizations in the United States. 
  • Identify food allergen cross-contact risks and identify methods for preventing cross-contact in the workplace through cleaning and sanitizing, good personal hygiene, and controlling the flow of food.
  • Determine how to communicate information regarding food allergen ingredients and allergen-related special orders to the manager, other employees, and the customer.
  • Identify the most common symptoms of allergic reactions to food and how to respond if one occurs in the workplace.

Minneapolis, Minnesota Food Allergens Essentials Training FAQs

Do I need this food allergens training?

If you handle, prepare, serve, sell, or give away food for human consumption, even if you bus tables or wash dishes, you are a food worker and it is recommended that you take this training.

When do I need to complete my training?

As soon as possible.

How do I get my Food Allergens Essentials Certificate?

After completing the Food Allergens Essentials training and passing the test, you will receive your certificate.

What do I get when I finish this course?

Food allergens Certificate of completion.

How long can I access the course?

When you purchase a StateFoodSafety course, you automatically get one year of unlimited access to the training videos. Take your time through the course or come back after completion to brush up on your food safety knowledge!

How long is my Minneapolis Food allergens training valid for?

Your Minneapolis food allergens training will be valid for 2 years.

How do I renew my Minneapolis Food allergens training?

If your training has expired, you will need to purchase and retake the Minneapolis Food allergens training and test. If you need to reprint your current certificate, log in and go to the Certificates section. From there, you can click View and print your certificate.

Certificate Reprint

In most areas, you can reprint your required Allergens Certificate by logging in to your account.

  1. Login.
  2. Find the Certificates window on your dashboard.
  3. Locate the digital version of your certificate and click View Certificate.
  4. Select Print or Email.

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Note: In some areas, you get your official Allergens Certificate from the local health department. If you have lost the card you received from your state, county, or local health department, you will need to call that health department to obtain a new card, permit, or certificate.

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When you make a group purchase, we automatically add administrative tools to your account to help you manage your training vouchers. You'll be able to email voucher codes to employees, track their progress through the course, and view earned certificates.

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Buy training in bulk and get up to 10% off. Discounts are available for all course types, from food handlers card training to food manager certification.

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