Food Allergy Training FAQs

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Question Is your food allergy training course accepted nationwide?

Our food allergy training is accepted nationwide - except for: Illinois, Massachsetts, or Rhode Island - which has separate accreditation - to which it is not currently accredited.


Question My employer says I need to take the ServSafe course. Do you offer this?

​Your employer might ask you to take the ServSafe, StateFoodSafety, or other food safety course. Those names are simply - food safety course brand names.

Our Learn2Serve Courses are the same as the other brand names.

Our Certified Food Manager Exam is ANSI approved, so it is likely to be accepted by your employer or employer’s insurance provider. Most employers accept our course, but every state has different regulations - so please ask your employer.​


Question Will I get a printable certificate upon completion?

Yes, a temporary printable certificate is immediately available upon completion of all courses provided.

Please login to your account using the username and password that you originally used to take the course. If you forgot your username and password, please call 1-877-881-2235 to have one of our service representatives look it up for you. Then choose “resume course in progress” and it will forward you to the end of the course. You will have an option to print your certificate here.​


Question Why is online training better than on-site training?

Two words: convenience and self-paced. Many workers are so busy or live in areas where classroom sessions are not practical. Online offers much greater convenience. The self-paced nature of online allows each student to spend more time on the topics they are not familiar with and move more quickly through those that they are. In a classroom, everyone marches through the same topics for the same amount of time. And yes - the online course is equivalent to an on-site classroom course.