Minnesota Certified Food Manager (Cfmc wallet card: To see a sample certificate please click this image.FM)

The Minnesota certified food manager (CFM) is a leader for the food establishment’s food safety team. The CFM is recognized by the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) and Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) as meeting specific training requirements, and helps reduce the risk of foodborne illness by demonstrating safe food handling practices and sharing food safety knowledge with the food establishment’s employees. MDH administers the Minnesota CFM program for MDH, MDA and delegated agencies.

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Minnesota Food Code – CFM Requirements
CFM Fact Sheet
Initial and Renewal Process
Instructors
Tools and Resources

Minnesota Food Code - CFM Requirements

CFM requirements for food establishments, exemptions, initial and renewal training requirements, and certification process

CFM Fact Sheet

Information about CFM duties in Minnesota, required training, initial and renewal certification, approved exams, application forms and frequently asked questions

Initial and Renewal Process

A description of required training, approved exams for initial certification, downloadable applications, and other useful tips

Instructors

Instructor qualifications, continuing education course requirements, and application for instructors and courses

Tools and Resources

CFM look-up (search by name or FM number), initial course, exam and continuing education search tool, downloadable CFM applications, and other helpful resources for CFMs, CFM instructors and environmental health professionals

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Updated Wednesday, March 16, 2016 at 10:42AM