Food Safety- Virginia Cooperative Extension

The Virginia Cooperative Extension (VCE) Loudoun Food Safety program offers technical and educational support to producers and consumers from farm to fork. Loudoun is the only county in Virginia with a designated food safety agent. The agent assists producers with food safety regulations such as the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) and point-of-sale food safety such as at farmers markets or Community-Supported Agriculture (CSA) stands. The agent also provides the retail food industry with Certified Food Protection Manager training through ServSafe trainings.

Master Food Volunteer Program

Through the Master Food Volunteer Program, VCE Loudoun recruits and trains volunteers to assist the public with up-to-date, research-based knowledge on food preparation, nutrition, food safety and physical activity.

ServSafe Manager Training in Spanish

Are you a Spanish speaker in the food service industry and interested in becoming ServSafe Certified? VCE Loudoun is offering a Spanish language ServSafe Manager Certification Training on Monday, July 8, 2024. Learn about sanitation, food storage, safety regulations, pest control, and safe food handling practices.

ServSafe Manager: Certification, Course & Exam
Monday, July 8, 2024
9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
VCE Loudoun Office - 750 Miller Dr. SE, Suite 161 
$10 • View Flyer in Spanish (PDF)Register for ServSafe Class in Spanish

In collaboration with the Loudoun County Department of Economic Development, VCE Loudoun has obtained a grant to offer this program for only $10. The normal cost of this training is $170.

Contact Us

For questions or more information about food safety in Loudoun County, please email Stuart Vermaak, call 703-771-5838 or stop by the VCE Loudoun Office at 750 Miller Drive SE, Leesburg, Suite 161.