Cape Cod Cooperative Extension certifies a dozen in applied food safety

Chefs, bakers and others complete SERVSAFE training last month

The Cape Cod Cooperative Extension announced last month that twelve local individuals were certified in Applied Food Safety. According to a Cape Cod Cooperative Extension release, all twelve completed SERVSAFE® Applied Food Safety training.

The training was sponsored by the extension. Each person was certified by the Educational Foundation of the National Restaurant Association following successful completion of the certification examination.

Those who were certified are:

  • Andrea Aldana, Community Development Partnership, Eastham
  • Michelle Crean, Chatham Village Cafe & Bakery, Chatham
  • Richard Crean, Chatham Village Cafe & Bakery, Chatham
  • Pam Fantaroni, CCCE Educator, Barnstable
  • Sheree Lancaster, Oceanside, Inc., Hyannis
  • Betc McNamara, Englewood Baking Company, Yarmouth
  • Cory Metters, Chatham Penny Candy Store, Chatham
  • James Meyer, Captain's House Inn, Chatham
  • Jay Patel, Pocasset Country Market, Pocasset
  • Mark Polselli, Town of Harwich, Harwich
  • Jamie Shepard, Eastward Ho! Country Club, Chatham
  • Patricia Worthington, Eastham

According to the National Restaurant Association, their SERVSAFE® training and certification is recognized by more federal, state and local jurisdictions than any other food safety certification. The training was conducted by Cape Cod Cooperative Extension Food Safety and Nutrition Educator Kimberly Concra, LDN. The eight-hour course is taught over two half-days. The extension offers food safety training for both new certification and re-certification. 


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