Gluten & Allergy Training for Restaurants, Schools & Food Service
Kim Koeller and her team at Gluten and Allergy Free Passport have been delivering training to restaurant, food service and education clients across the globe for over 10 years. We have partnered with MenuTrinfo and the Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE) team as master trainers to provide food allergy and gluten free classes to food service, restaurants, schools, universities and colleges for continuing education credits.
MenuTrinfo is dedicated to helping food service businesses protect lives and health. As a full service company providing nutritional information derived from recipes for restaurant owners and managers, MenuTrinfo utilizes an extensive ingredient database that can be adapted for individual restaurant needs.
Kim Koeller, a Master Trainer with MenuTrinfo, educates clients in all aspects of nutrition, allergens and gluten-free certification, offering:
Allergen and gluten free training with Aller-Train suite of classes
Gluten free and food allergy tools for restaurants, schools and food service
Nutritional services including menu nutritional analysis and specialty menu development
Certified gluten free menus and kitchen audits
Kim Koeller and the GlutenFree Passport team also work with Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE) in conjunction with MenuTrinfo. FARE is the leading national organization working on behalf of the 15 million Americans to ensure the safety and inclusion of individuals with food allergies while relentlessly seeking a cure.
Our special diet classes, including AllerTrain, AllerChef, AllerTrainU and AllerTrain K-12, provide you with the knowledge, training and confidence needed to offer gluten-free and allergy-friendly menu items to your customers and students in live classroom sessions and via webinars.
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During AllerTrain™, via live online webinar, Kim Koeller teaches food handling procedures to ensure safe delivery of meals to diners with food allergies, intolerances or sensitivities, including gluten intolerance and celiac disease. The 90 minutes class includes a workbook, quizzes and a final exam. Successful completion of AllerTrain™ earns participants certification good for 3 years.
The basic curriculum of the AllerTrain™ course includes:
Food Allergens, Intolerances and Celiac Disease
How to Identify Allergic Reactions and Emergency Protocol
Policy, Laws and Responsibilities
Standard Operating Procedures and Menu Planning
Preventing Cross Contamination, Food Handling and Preparation