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Florida Food Test Florida Food Test offers the most convenient way to get your ServSafe Food Manager Certification. We come to you and usually takes about an hour.

Food Handler Certification can be done directly from our website www.floridafoodtest.com. Also Food Handler Certification (for the staff) can be done directly from our website www.floridafoodtest.com click "training" tab.

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08/15/2022

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05/20/2022

Teens for part-time or summer jobs. Hostess, servers, dishwasher. Pinellas Grill 9711 66th st, Southland Plaza. Opens 8am.

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11/11/2021

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09/03/2021

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04/29/2021

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02/27/2021

HEADS UP.................have a client who WANTS TO BUY A FOOD TRUCK. LOCALLY (PINELLAS/PASCO OR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY). If anyone has any info on one, please message me. Thank you in advance for your time......................................

12/30/2020

This is brilliant! Written by a restaurant owner:
As I walk into the grocery store with 30 other people at the same time, I think about my restaurant which allows parties of 6 total, and meticulously spaces out reservations by 10 minutes ensuring guests that aren’t from the same party do not arrive at the same time.
As I take a cart, that has had just the handle sanitized, I think about my restaurant which invested thousands of dollars (so far) on ink and paper to print disposable menus to ensure no two guests touch the same menu.
As I walk over to the produce aisle with 15-20 other people around me, I’m reminded of the strict “no mingling / no walking around the restaurant other than to use the washroom or enter/exit” policy we have in place and the 6ft distance between tables which has cut our capacity in half.
As I watch the woman next to me pick up apples with her hand, check them over closely and then put them back on the open pile and repeats this until she finds the perfect apples — the same thing that all other people that day who want an apple will then do and then put those apples into their mouths, I think about the two step sanitation process in place at my restaurant for all cutlery and dishes and glassware in between every single guest, and the sanitation of every surface guests touch (tables, chairs, salt and pepper shakers, etc).
As I watch the man in the next aisle over ignore or not notice the directional arrows on the ground, I think about my restaurant and the constant redirecting our staff does of guests - by locking certain doors, blocking areas off and the work my team does to simply not allow guests to walk where they are not supposed to.
As I walk down the cereal aisle, I see a person with their mask off so they can talk on the phone, and I’m reminded of my restaurant where our masking policy has lost us so much business.
As I check out at the cashier, I use my debit card to pay and see the plastic film covering the terminal. It was not sanitized after the person before me used it. I am reminded of the sanitizer used on the debit terminals in between each guest every time at my restaurant.
As I stand at a crowded exit trying to leave, I’m reminded of the detailed contact tracing in place at my restaurant that records the name, phone number, table number, arrival and exit time, as well as the server and section the guest sat in that is in place at my restaurant— not one of those pieces of information was taken from any customer here.
As I get into my car and watch all these people leave the store, I wonder which person will visit my establishment after contracting covid at this grocery store, and I wonder why on earth my restaurant will be blamed as the source.
Restaurants are being targeted as the “source” of Covid infections because we are one of the ONLY industries required to provide contact tracing.
Someone with Covid could have gone to Costco, Home Depot, Walmart, the Mall food court....any grocery store, etc. Yet it’s the restaurant that took their detailed information that will be forced to close and deemed responsible for the infection.
You want to blame restaurants for the spread after thousands of dollars investing in equipment, training and stricter policies than ANYWHERE ELSE?! PROVE IT

We're in serious trouble with this.... https://www.leftvoice.org/biden-chooses-tom-mr-monsanto-vilsack-as-agriculture-se...
12/30/2020
Biden Chooses Tom “Mr. Monsanto” Vilsack as Agriculture Secretary

We're in serious trouble with this.... https://www.leftvoice.org/biden-chooses-tom-mr-monsanto-vilsack-as-agriculture-secretary

In the growing rogues’ gallery of Biden’s cabinet picks, the latest is Tom “Mr. Monsanto” Vilsack for Secretary of Agriculture. Vilsack returns to this position he held under Obama, with a history of discrimination and colluding with big meatpacking and dairy interests. Democrats are no frie...

12/10/2020
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11/30/2020

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11/23/2020

...don't know who may need to read this....but move your frozen turkey into the refrigerator today (in a leakproof container)

10/27/2020

....shout out to Breakfast Station #4, 8405 Northcliffe, Spring Hill.....IMPRESSIVELY CLEAN! First time I've witnessed staff dusting all shelves and items on them. Great job!

09/17/2020
09/04/2020
.....TRY to stay well everyone!
08/06/2020

.....TRY to stay well everyone!

05/03/2020
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04/16/2020
Hope this helps:How to Apply for Small Business Administration CARES Act loansThe CARES Act, signed into law on March 27...
04/03/2020
SBA - Disaster Loan Assistance

Hope this helps:

How to Apply for Small Business Administration CARES Act loans
The CARES Act, signed into law on March 27, makes low-cost loans available to assist with the economic hardship caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Two of the most popular loan programs are the Small Business Administration's existing Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) program and the

Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). Businesses can apply for both programs, as long as the applications and payments made with the funds are for different purposes. Click here to learn more.

National Restaurant Association Launches Resource Directory
The Association's popular COVID-19 Resources page has been updated to accommodate additional resources and facilitate navigation. The new Directory lists resources for restaurant industry businesses and employees. Included in the business section: training and certification aids, cost relief and revenue resources and health care options. For employees, resources include relief options and job opportunity sites. The general COVID-19 Resources page features restaurant-specific FAQs, public policy updates, advocacy actions, training tools, state resources, links to government and health care sites, webinars and more, and is updated daily.

Do it right: Tips for temporarily closing your restaurant
Many restaurant owners report having to close temporarily. Here are a few tips from leading restaurant companies to help facilitate that process and steps to take now to prepare for reopening.

04/02/2020
email.restaurant.org

HELP FOR HOSPITALITY WORKERS:

The application portal for The National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation's Restaurant Employee Relief Fund

Industry icon Guy Fieri is helping the Foundation launch a nationwide Restaurant Relief America fundraising campaign to raise money for the national initiative. Close to $10 million has been raised so far. To qualify for a $500 grant, applicants must be able to demonstrate that they:

- Worked on a part- or full-time basis in the restaurant industry for at least 90 days during the past year
- Had a primary source of income in the restaurant industry for the last year
- Experienced a decrease in wages or loss of job on or after March 10, 2020
- Live in the U.S., an overseas U.S. military base, or any U.S. territory
- Are over the age of legal majority in their U.S. state or territory

Qualified candidates can apply at rerf.us/apply-for-aid . Grants are awarded on a first come, first served basis.
Restaurants Get Tax Breaks, Deferments from CARES Act
The CARES Act postpones but doesn't eliminate the inevitable—taxes. But the temporary changes in tax law can help ease the burden restaurants face during the uncertainty of the coronavirus crisis. They include:

- Delays in when taxes need to be filed or paid
- Credits for keeping employees on the payroll
- Wage adjustments for tipped employees
- A cap on sick leave expenses
- Modifications on Net Operating Loss reporting

You can read details here .

04/02/2020
email.restaurant.org

HELP FOR HOSPITALITY WORKERS:

The application portal for The National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation's Restaurant Employee Relief Fund

Industry icon Guy Fieri is helping the Foundation launch a nationwide Restaurant Relief America fundraising campaign to raise money for the national initiative. Close to $10 million has been raised so far. To qualify for a $500 grant, applicants must be able to demonstrate that they:

- Worked on a part- or full-time basis in the restaurant industry for at least 90 days during the past year
- Had a primary source of income in the restaurant industry for the last year
- Experienced a decrease in wages or loss of job on or after March 10, 2020
- Live in the U.S., an overseas U.S. military base, or any U.S. territory
- Are over the age of legal majority in their U.S. state or territory

Qualified candidates can apply at rerf.us/apply-for-aid . Grants are awarded on a first come, first served basis.
Restaurants Get Tax Breaks, Deferments from CARES Act
The CARES Act postpones but doesn't eliminate the inevitable—taxes. But the temporary changes in tax law can help ease the burden restaurants face during the uncertainty of the coronavirus crisis. They include:

- Delays in when taxes need to be filed or paid
- Credits for keeping employees on the payroll
- Wage adjustments for tipped employees
- A cap on sick leave expenses
- Modifications on Net Operating Loss reporting

You can read details here .

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HEADS UP - RECALL:  WHITE CASTLE SLIDERS:  https://www.fda.gov/safety/recalls-market-withdrawals-safety-alerts/white-cas...
12/09/2019
White Castle Frozen Food Division Announces Voluntary Recall of a Limited Production of Frozen Sandwiches Sold in Select Grocery Outlets Due to Possible Presence of Listeria Monocytogenes

HEADS UP - RECALL: WHITE CASTLE SLIDERS: https://www.fda.gov/safety/recalls-market-withdrawals-safety-alerts/white-castle-frozen-food-division-announces-voluntary-recall-limited-production-frozen-sandwiches

White Castle has initiated a voluntary recall of a limited number of frozen 6 pack cheeseburgers, frozen 6 pack hamburgers, frozen 6 pack jalapeno cheeseburgers, and 16 pack hamburgers, 16 pack cheeseburgers for the possible presence of Listeria monocytogenes.

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12360 66th Street N
Largo, FL
33773

Opening Hours

Monday 9am - 5pm
Tuesday 7am - 7pm
Wednesday 7am - 5pm
Thursday 7am - 7pm
Friday 9am - 5pm
Saturday 9am - 12pm
Sunday 9am - 5pm

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(727) 459-8217

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