Food Allergy Safety Practice Test Available Online for Food Service Professionals

Dynamic Path, an education company, has released a Food Allergy Safety module designed to help food safety test-takers study for their food allergy certifications.

The module is designed to help study for tests such as the ServSafe, SpotCheck and the Association of Allergy Safety and Education tests.

The first 50 questions of the module can be previewed free of charge from either the Dynamic Path app or their website. The full set of questions contains 160 questions and is available for purchase for $6.99.

The review questions cover standard food allergy safety exam questions, including food allergens, symptoms of reactions, intolerances and sensitivities, and more. The Food Allergy Safety Practice Test module was designed by Dynamic Path to complement the common food allergy certifications available in North America.

'There's a lot of misinformation out there'

Victoria Slingerland, CFO and co-founder of Dynamic Path, said this module was created to help remove the stress and confusion surrounding food allergy basics: “There’s a lot of misinformation out there, and most of the resources are geared toward people with allergies, not food service professionals. We wanted to provide a low-cost and reliable resource for the people on the other side of that experience, so they can feel confident about the safety of their patrons.”

The study questions and app can be found on the Dynamic Path website here.

Source: PRWeb

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