ANSI-Accredited Food Handlers Card

Getting Your Food Handlers Card

1. Complete The Course

Training is fast and easy! Learn through real-life videos and exercises.

2. Take The Test

Show off your food safety knowledge. Free re-test if needed.

3. Get Your Certificate!

Instantly print, download, or mail order your Food Handlers Card .

Food Safety Training

eFoodHandlers' course is provided by a national, ANSI-accredited food safety training provider. Our interactive program includes videos and learning exercises to provide quality training options for every learning style.

State Description

Your source for CALIFORNIA and SAN DIEGO County APPROVED food handler training & testing. Get your certificate from the official eFoodHandlers website for California. A California or San Diego County permit earned from a premier online course protects public health by providing safety education on proper food handling and preparation practices.

LOS ANGELES
SAN FRANCISCO
SAN JOSE
SACRAMENTO
FRESNO
LONG BEACH
BAKERSFIELD
SANTA ANA
OAKLAND
ANAHEIM

Questions & Answers

ANSI Accredited

Our national training program is ANSI-Accredited. This means our training has met rigorous standards and is broadly accepted through the US.

How long is my Food Handlers Card valid?

It is valid for 3 years. At the end of that period, you will need to retake the course and pass the exam. eFoodhandlers makes that process simple and straightforward.

How many times can I take the exam?

You can take the exam up to 2 times. There is not an extra charge for retaking the course/exam a second time.

California Policy

eFoodHandlers provides an ANSI-Accredited Food Handler Program which is approved by the State of California in all counties except San Bernardino & Riverside Counties.



California Food Handler Law FAQs

1. Who must have a California food handler card?

Most restaurant positions are subject to the California Food Handler Card Law. Individuals involved in the preparation, storage or service of food in a food facility.

For exceptions, please see: https://www.ccdeh.com/resources/documents/food-safety-guidelines-1/707-california-food-handler-guidelines-april-2011-1/file