Cottage Foods Law

In 2014, the Alabama Legislature enacted a law that allows consumers to sell non-hazardous foods from their home to the end consumer. As part of the law, the individuals who wish to sell these products are required to complete a Food Safety Course especially designed for the cottage foods industry. View the videos for the course.

Register for a face to face class near you.

Food Entrepreneurs

Do you have a great family recipe or a great idea that you would like to get into the food market. There are several requirements that you will need to complete prior to starting your food business. More information on how to get your food business started.

Food Service Training

The Food Safety Team teaches ServSafe classes that meets the standard for the food service safety class that is required by the Alabama Department of Public Health. View our list of ServSafe classes offered all over the state, to find one near you.

Register for one of the ServSafe classes.


Food Safety Alerts & Recalls RSS

The Pictsweet Company Announces Voluntary Recall of Pictsweet Farms 12oz Breaded Okra due to Risk of Glass Contamination

The Pictsweet Company is voluntarily recalling select packages of Pictsweet Farms 12 ounce Breaded Okra after the company learned that some packages may contain glass... more

Grange Co-Op Recalls Rogue All Purpose Rabbit Pellets For High Vitamin D Health Risk

Grange Co-op is initiating a recall of Rogue All Purpose Rabbit Pellets in 25# (25RP) 50# (50RP), 1,500# Tote (RP) no lot codes- purchased between... more

Golden Flake Snack Foods, Inc., Announces Voluntary Recall of Two Specific Product Code Lots of HOT Thin & Crispy 5.0 oz. Potato Chips Due to Possible Health Risk

Birmingham, AL: Golden Flake Snack Foods, Inc., is voluntarily recalling a limited quantity of 5 oz. HOT Thin & Crispy Potato Chips with a... more

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