Food Service Operators

New Calorie Labeling Rules

Enhanced calorie labeling requirements for chain restaurants and new requirements for chain food retailers are now in effect in the city.

For calorie labeling guidance for chain restaurants, read What You Need to Know About the Updated Calorie Labeling Rule (PDF)
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For calorie labeling guidance for chain food retailers, visit the Department of Consumer Affairs website and search “Calorie Labeling.”

Register now to attend a FREE Food Safety Education Workshop in your borough. The Health Department, in collaboration with your Borough President, is sponsoring workshops in all five boroughs this Spring. At these workshops you will:

  • Learn how to achieve and maintain an “A” grade
  • Receive an inspection history report that describes your restaurant’s repeat violations and how to correct them
  • Be able to ask questions and receive guidance from Health Department staff on improving your restaurant's food safety practices

Space is limited so register now! More borough events will be added soon!

Select the borough and date of the workshop you would like to attend:

Food Safety Education Workshops
Queens Brooklyn

Thursday, May 4, 2017

2 p.m - 4 p.m
Office of Queens Borough President
Melinda Katz
Queens Borough Hall
120-55 Queens Boulevard, Room 200
Kew Gardens, NY 11424

Tuesday, May 9, 2017

2 PM – 4 PM
Office of Brooklyn Borough President
Eric L. Adams
Brooklyn Borough Hall, Community Room
209 Joralemon Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201

Whether you work in a restaurant, soup kitchen or other food service establishment, the Health Department has important information about operating a clean, safe, healthy and legal business. Use the links provided on the left to find the guidance and information you need.

Business Owner's Bill of Rights

Read the Bill of Rights (PDF)
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