Archive: Toronto Public Health
Toronto’s food inspection program, called DineSafe, inspects all food establishments and gives a pass, conditional pass, or closed notice.
City Council passed a bylaw in 2006 requiring Food Handler certification for at least one certified Food Handler working in a supervisory role at all times in any premises where food is prepared, processed, served, packaged or stored. Toronto Public Health offers Food Handler Certification Courses.
The Toronto Public Health Home Food Safety Campaign advocates, promoting safe food practices in the home.
The Healthiest Babies Possible Program is a prenatal nutrition program that offers pregnant women one-to-one counselling with a Registered Dietitian.
The Peer Nutrition Program offers parents and caregivers of young children (6months-6years) nutrition education led by Community Nutrition Educators and supported by Registered Dietitians.
Chronic Disease & Injury Prevention
Healthy Public Policy
Savyy Diner is a Toronto Public Health campaign that advocates for restaurant menu labelling.