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New Mexico food handlers, food service operators face new regulations

from Food Safety News

Food service operations such as restaurants, hotels, hospitals, schools and prisons in New Mexico face a March 1 deadline to meet new state food safety requirements, but they've already had a year's grace period to get their ducks and disinfectants in a row. Key provisions of the prevention-based regulations went into effect a year ago, but food handlers were given a year to complete training and obtain a "food handler card." Similarly, establishments were given a year to get staff trained and certified as "food protection managers" so that at least one employee per shift "has authority to direct and control food preparation and service." more


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