Food Worker Cards
All “food workers”—Individuals who work with unpackaged food—must obtain a valid Washington State Food Worker Card (FWC) either online or in person from Grant County Health District or any other local health jurisdiction in Washington.
A FWC is not a food license and does not permit you to sell food, it is simply a document that shows you have received food safety training that is approved by the State of Washington and is recognized by all counties in Washington.
If you choose to obtain your FWC online, use the link provided or type in the web address: www.foodworkercard.wa.gov. Do not attempt to search for the online class via a search engine. There are many unaffiliated companies online that offer food safety training certificates and “cards” which are invalid in our state. Most of these sites will not refund money for purchasing unapproved cards.
In Person Food Worker Card Class
Moses Lake Office
1038 W Ivy
Thursday at 9:00 am
Spanish class at 10:00 am
Picture ID is REQUIRED. The cost is $10.00 CASH /CREDIT or DEBIT CARD (fee for use of debit or credit card). The Food Worker Manual is available online in (English), (Spanish), (Russian) and (Chinese).