As such, our inspectors share the latest Food for Thought brochure during each routine inspections.
These brochures include information about important topics like keeping food at proper temperatures; the importance of handwashing; and food worker training and certificate programs.
Some people are more likely to get a foodborne illness (also called food poisoning) or to get seriously ill.
Click here for additional information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Norovirus is the leading cause of illness from contaminated food or water – but food isn't the only way people get this illness.
If you have questions related to the safe donation of food, please contact Environmental Health at (714) 433-6000.If you would like to offer suggestions for future issues, please email [email protected] are many food facilities that are already contributing and we thank you for your food donations and supporting those in need.Violators are subject to closure and further enforcement actions.
The County of Orange, Health Care Agency, Environmental Health Division is the lead agency for retail food operations and is working with the local governing bodies of the County and Cities on the implementation of AB 626.In recognition of Global Handwashing Day, the Food Protection Program is excited to launch our new handwashing campaign: The Art of Handwashing.