So this is about ServSafe
i wondering does anyone know why ServSafe the exam is the same in each state however some states don't except it form tests that where taken out of state
like i understand CA NV and maybe taxes has a food handlers permit specific for their states that also involve a health board screening.
Apparently Utah does not except my ServSafe that i have from Florida
but the tests and exams are the same all over the country i mean yes they are different questions but the answers are the same no matter what state i am in from what i understand
they don't have a specific book for the State of Utah to study for the test.
Does anyone have any idea can someone explain to me if i am missing something.
I just am trying to understand i get that the altitude is way higher so the air is different up there so things like boiling water could be a different temperature in Utah then in Florida however
internal food temps are the same nation wide arrant they ?
like i can't find any solid info on weather temps change for say poultry 165 is the temp for Florida and that's whats coming up all over the country just using this as an example i just am wondering anyone have any ideas on how come my ServSafe would not be valid in the sate of utah if they are going to have me take the same test as i did in Florida just to get a utah permit ?
i am going for my internship in Utah
starts November 10th just outside of Salt lake city.