Florida Chef's Workshop

Requirements and Resources

Requirements and Resources

The following requirements must be satisfied for a client to have access to Florida Chefs Workshop.

 

1: A Valid Food Manager’s Certificate.  A "Certified Food Manager" is one who has passed a written certification test, which has been approved by the Department, which demonstrates a basic knowledge of food protection practices.

 

2: A Current Food Permit issued by the Department of Agriculture -OR- A Current Food

Service License issued by DBPR.

 

3: Proof of liability insurance ($1,000,000) with Florida Chefs Workshop, LLC listed as additional insured.

 

4: Signed copies of Florida Chefs Workshop Kitchen License Agreement and Florida Chefs Workshop Policies and Procedures.

 

5: Completed Client Application and Kitchen Personnel List (The rest of your team)

 

6: Paid security deposit of $250 ($50 of this is a non-refundable administrative fee)

Resources - Click Logo For More Info
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FLIP provides liability coverage to safeguard food businesses

Food Liability Insurance Program

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Only ServSafe offers food and alcohol safety training and certification exams created by foodservice professionals. Take the program online or in a classroom.

ServSafe Food Managers Cert.

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The Department of Business and Professional Regulation is the agency charged with licensing and regulating businesses and professionals in the State of Florida

Dept of Business and Professional Regulation

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The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services supports and promotes Florida agriculture, protects the environment, safeguards consumers, and ensures the safety and wholesomeness of food.

Florida Dept. of Agriculture and Consumer Services

Florida Chefs Workshop is owned and operated by A Fresh Connection Catering, LLC
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