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Yes, 247 Food Safety is proud to say our official online Texas Food Handler course is licensed and accredited by the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS), Texas DSHS License No.184.

We value your time, and that’s why our online Texas Food Handler’s course is very fast. Our course gives you the knowledge to succeed in a mature manner; no timers, no annoying mandatory videos, no quizzes, and no final exams. You go at your own pace clicking through the course pages as fast or as slow as you wish. When you are done, you get your official Texas Food Handler Certificate. We make it easy for you, that’s why so many continue to choose 247 Food Safety.
Not at all. When you purchase our course, you will have 60 days to complete our course. During that time you’re free to log in and out as often as you need to complete our online Texas Food Handler course. Your progress is saved, so you’ll automatically continue where you left off. After 60 days, our system archives all the students progress and the account is deleted regardless if the student completed our course or not.
The “Texas Food Handlers” is the food safety course that is required by all employees and management if they interact with food. 247 Food Safety provides a premium curriculum that is structured and accredited by the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS). Upon completion of our course, you will immediately be able to download an official certificate that proves you have completed an approved Texas Food Handler program.

Upon completion of our course, you will immediately be able to download your official Texas Food Handlers certificate. You can then email the certificate to those requesting it such as Human Resources, Management, or yourself. You can also get more copies yourself at any time by logging in to your account.

What we see is most of the time there is a typo in the email address. Feel free to email or text us and we will confirm the email address we have on file with your username, email to info@247foodsafety.com. Sometimes it also helps to clear the cache in your web browser’s internet history.