Food Handler's Card Required for Festival Food Booths

02-05-2019Festival 2019 News

According to the Maricopa County Environmental Health Code, Chapter VII, Reg. 1 (C), anyone who handles, prepares, serves, sells, or gives away food for consumption by persons other than his or her immediate family, or who handles food utensils and equipment must have a food handlers card. Food handler cards are valid for three (3) years.

Festival volunteers signing up for any food booth, including snow cone, cotton candy and popcorn, require a valid food handler’s card. Bake sale volunteers do not need a food handler’s card. If you have already completed the food handler training, you are covered. Please bring a copy of your food handlers card and give it to Ashley Hall when checking in for your scheduled shift.

Click here to take the Maricopa County Food Handlers Card Training. Follow the prompts to complete the training.

  • Select "Get Started Now!"
  • Fill out the personal information fields
  • Enter "Our Lady of Mount Carmel" in the Business Name field
  • Select "Other" in the Job Title field
  • Enter "Volunteer Server, Cook and Dishwasher" in the If Other field
  • Once the form is complete, click "Buy Now"
  • Complete the Training
  • Print your Maricopa County Food Handlers Card and bring it to the Festival and give it to Ashley Hall at the Volunteer Sign in table

If you have additional questions, please contact Jamon Reval, our festival chairman.