eFoodHandlers' mission is to promote food safety through education. Schools and educators who
teach food safety to students are partners in this important effort.
In 2013, eFoodHandlers has provided free training to thousands of food workers.
Thousands of students have also been trained via free programs for students!
eFoodHandlers provides totally free services to any public classroom wishing to
teach food safety curriculum to youth. Numerous schools across the US have taken advantage of this program to orient youth to food safety issues and proper handling practices at an early age. Read More....
eFoodhandlers works cooperatively with governmental agencies to provide vital safety training to food workers. This includes website creation, training partnerships, and even pay-for-click advertising. Contact sales@eFoodhandlers.com for more information.
For Non-Profits & Volunteers
eFoodHandlers is also an advocate for those contributing their time and energy to the benefit of others. We support these efforts by offering free and discounted services wherever possible.
Struggling Food Workers
We do not deny any food worker access to an eFoodHandlers Certificate due to their inability to pay. Any food worker can request a fee waiver from our support team at any time. To receive an automatic fee waiver, look on our registration page for the fee waiver checkbox.
Job Resources for Food Handlers
For more information on any of our assistance programs, please contact Customer Service.
"This has been a great experience for us and I really feel like the students have learned a great deal!"
- Tara H, Barren School
"You guys are the best! We pride ourselves on our customer service because you just don't see too much of it anymore. It is refreshing to see that we're not alone.."
- Barbara M
Owner - ZPizza San Clemente, CA
"I would like to thank your organization for helping my 8th Grade Foods students receive their Food Handler's Permits.
You were exceedingly helpful in working with me as I tried to navigate the web to maintain my students privacy.
My students are very proud of themselves as they
have made this first step into the working world."
- Bobbie J, Sitka AK