ANSI Accreditation for Food Safety

ANSI accreditation helps assure quality and safety of food products, systems, services, and personnel. Food safety scheme owners rely on ANSI accreditation to foster consumer confidence. State and local governments rely upon ANSI accreditation to demonstrate the qualifications of food safety handlers.


The neutral, third-party accreditation process provides certification bodies with an internationally recognized measurement of quality and benchmarks by which to evaluate and improve their practices.

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Our Food Safety Course ANSI Certifications

Food Handler Training Course Accreditation – ANSI Accredited ID 0975
Our Learn2Serve Food Handler Training Course has been accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI). This national level certification for food handlers is valid in all 50 states.

Food Manager Certification Accreditation – ANSI Accredited ID 0975
Our Learn2Serve Food Protection Manager Certification Program has been accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI).

Product Certification

ANSI’s product certification accreditation programs have been in place for over forty years and include activities under a number of food-related scopes. Currently, ANSI has 34 accredited product certification bodies among its food safety accreditations.

Certificate Issuers

Laws in California, Illinois, Arizona, West Virginia, Texas, and New Mexico, and some local jurisdictions require food handlers within their limits to have a food-handling training certificate from an ANSI accredited certificate program, demonstrating compliance with ASTM E2659, Standard Practice for Certificate Programs, an American National Standard.

Personnel Certification

Twenty-six states have adopted food protection manager certification requirements, which ANSI accredits under the Conference for Food Protection’s Standards for Accreditation of Food Protection Manager Certification Programs.