Food Safety- Virginia Cooperative Extension
The Food Safety program offers technical and educational support to producers and consumers from farm to fork. Loudoun is the only county in Virginia with a designated food safety agent. The agent assists producers with food safety regulations such as the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) Opens a New Window. , Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) Opens a New Window. and point-of-sale food safety such as at farmers markets or Community-Supported Agriculture (CSA) stands. The agent also provides the retail food industry with Certified Food Protection Manager training through ServSafe Opens a New Window. trainings.
Master Food Volunteer Program
Through the Master Food Volunteer Program Opens a New Window. , Virginia Cooperative Extension-Loudoun Opens a New Window. recruits and trains volunteers to assist the public with up-to-date, research-based knowledge on food preparation, nutrition, food safety, and physical activity.
ServSafe Manager Training in Spanish
Are you a Spanish speaker in the food service industry and interested in becoming ServSafe Certified? VCE Loudoun is offering a Spanish-language ServSafe Manager Certification Training on Monday, November 13. Learn about sanitation, food storage, safety regulations, pest control, and safe food handling practices.
ServSafe Manager: Certification, Course, & Exam
Monday, November 13, 2023
9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
VCE Loudoun Office - 750 Miller Dr. SE, Suite 161
$160 • View Flyer in Spanish (PDF) • Register for ServSafe Class in Spanish
For questions or more information about food safety in Loudoun County, please email Stuart Vermaak Opens a New Window. , call 703-771-5838 or stop by the Virginia Cooperative Extension-Loudoun Office at 750 Miller Drive SE, Leesburg, Suite 161.