Items that DO NOT require a license include.
Minnesota Food Manager Certificate
The Minnesota certified food manager (CFM) is a leader for the food establishment’s food safety team. The CFM is recognized by the Minnesota Department of Health as meeting specific training requirements, and helps reduce the risk of foodborne illness by demonstrating safe food handling practices and sharing food safety knowledge with the food establishment’s employees.
A CFM certificate is required in Anoka County for any establishment licensed to serve food. Exemptions from this requirement is listed under Minnesota Rules Chapter 4626.2010 Subpart 4.
See the Minnesota Department of Health's Certified Food Manager Webpage for additional information on how to receive the CFM certificate.
In Case of Emergency
If your food service establishment experiences an emergency please see the Anoka County Emergency Notification Procedures. Other resources to help you deal with emergencies:
If you suspect that you have become ill from food, call the department. You can also report through the Minnesota Department of Health Foodborne Illness Hotline at 1-877-FOOD-ILL (1-877-366-3455).