San Diego County

Food Handlers Card $9.95

How To Get Your Food Handlers Card

About the Online Training

  • Course Duration: 90 minutes (including exam)
  • Number of exam attempts: Unlimited
  • Languages: English and Spanish
  • Minimum passing score: 80%
  • 100% online and self-paced
  • Approved Provider Number #DEH2014-FFHI-000033
  • Food Handlers in San Diego County are required to obtain a valid Food Handlers Card from a program approved by the County of San Diego
  • California Food Handler Cards are not valid in the County of San Diego
  • San Diego Food Handler Cards are valid for 3 years
  • Print your card immediately after passing the exam!
Passing Guarantee
Money Back Guarantee
Lowest Price Guarantee

FAQs

Who needs a San Diego Food Handlers Card?

All Food Handlers working at permitted food establishments in San Diego County must complete a food safety training program from an approved provider to obtain a San Diego Food Handlers Card.

Who is considered a Food Handler?

A food handler is any person employed by a permitted food business who is involved in the preparation, storage, service, or handling of food, including those employees whose duties are limited to scooping ice, washing dishes or handling utensils.

How long is my food handler card valid for?

Your San Diego Food Handlers Card will be valid for 3 years.

How can I renew a San Diego Food Handlers Card that has already expired?

To renew your Food Handlers Card, you must successfully complete a food safety training program and final exam from an approved provider, such as Premier Food Safety.

When do I get my San Diego Food Handlers Card?

You will be able to download and print a certificate of completion and San Diego Food Handlers Card as soon as you complete the online training and pass the final exam with a minimum score of 80%.

I have a California Food Handlers Card. Is that considered a valid San Diego Food Handlers Card?

No. San Diego County has its own food safety training requirements for food handlers. If you work for a restaurant in San Diego, you must obtain a San Diego Food Handlers Card from a training provider approved by the San Diego County Department of Environmental Health, such as Premier Food Safety.

What if I change jobs? Is my San Diego Food Handler transferrable to the new employer?

As long as you continue to work at a food service establishment located in San Diego County, your food handlers card will be valid.