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Food Service Operators
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.
Calorie Labeling Enforcement
You can get important information about the
Updated Calorie Labeling Rule (PDF). Other Languages: [ Español] [ বাংলা] [ 中文] [ 简化字].
The rule in New York City affects establishments that are part of a chain with 15 or more locations in the United States. Enforcement began on May 7, 2018.
request an inspection history report for their food service establishment. Restaurant Food Safety Workshops
The Health Department holds food safety workshops for operators throughout the five boroughs. 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
At this time, there are no workshops scheduled. Please check this site in February 2019 for the Spring 2019 schedule.
Business Owner's Bill of Rights
Read the Bill of Rights
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