Licensing and Inspections of Food Service Facilities PDF Print E-mail
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 Environmental Health Program
 Isle of Wight Center
 
 Phone: 410-641-9559
 
 Hours: 8 am to 4:30 pm

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The Environmental Health Program licenses and inspects all permanent and temporary food facilities in Worcester County.  For forms or questions related to operating or opening a food service facility, please contact our Office.






Who can use this service?


Worcester County food service facilities as well as temporary food service facilities operating in Worcester County, must be licensed by our Environmental Health Office prior to serving the public.

For information about selling products at a Farmers' Market click: "Processing and Selling Value Added Food Products in Maryland."

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Foodborne Outbreak Investigations


Complaint based investigations carried out in conjunction with the  Communicable Disease  Nursing Program. Please contact Environmental Health by phone at 410-641-9559 to file a complaint.
 



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