In recognition of Global Handwashing Day, the Food Protection Program is excited to launch our new handwashing campaign: The Art of Handwashing.
Explore our art-inspired handwashing signs and new oral culture storyboard.
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.
As of January 1, 2019, AB 626, known as the Microenterprise Home Kitchen Operations Act, became law.
The law authorizes local governing agencies to implement a program for the permitting of home kitchens for retail use.
The report aligns with the risk-based inspection process that was adopted by the Orange County Board of Supervisors in August of 2015.
This change is intended to better standardize retail food inspections with other jurisdictions throughout the state and emphasize the prevention of foodborne illness risk factors for the health and safety of Orange County's residents and visitors.
Here are some of the highlights: You've got a mystery on your hands!Search the inspection records for food establishments in Orange County within the last 2 years.Search the inspection records for food establishments in Orange County that were closed within the last 60 days.Greetings from the Orange County Health Care Agency's Environmental Health Food and Pool Safety Program.Our team of inspectors are here to partner with our food businesses to ensure food prepared or sold within Orange County is safe for consumers.