Food Manager Certification
Per City Ordinances and the Wisconsin Food Code, each licensed restaurant and food establishment that processes potentially hazardous food must have at least one manager or operator certified in food protection practices within 90 days after a business opens. In the City of Milwaukee, the certificate holder must be on the premises when there are more than five food handlers working.
In the City of Milwaukee, in order to renew a food protection practices certificate, the certificate holder must satisfactorily pass a Conference for Food Protection accredited examination
Certification and Recertification Resource Guide from the State of Wisconsin
State of Wisconsin Application for Certified Food Manager
State of Wisconsin Application for Recertification of Food Manager
Have you lost your state certificate?
If you’ve lost your certificate, and have an e-mail address, you can have a duplicate e-mailed to you for free. Either call (608) 266-2835, or send an e-mail to Katherine.email@example.com with your request. If you don’t have an e-mail address, mail $10.00 and a letter (with your full name), requesting a duplicate certificate to: Wisconsin Department of Health Services | Food Safety and Recreational Licensing | P.O. Box 2659, Madison, WI 53071. For more information call (608) 266-2835.