Food Service Sanitation is an inspection and licensing program. Environmental Health Officers work with food service establishments to protect public health by ensuring that food is safely prepared and served under sanitary conditions. This program provides plan reviews for building/remodeling, conducts inspections, issues licenses, and investigates sanitation and foodborne illness complaints.
Type of Food Establishments Covered
Types of food service establishments covered by this program include:
Special Transitory Food Units
Temporary Food Service Stands at a Festival, Event, or Flea Market
The Michigan Department of Agriculture is responsible for inspecting and licensing establishments such as retail stores, bakeries, butcher shops, produce markets, food warehouses and processing plants as well as State or county fair concessions.