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Community Conversations in Southeast Idaho

Bonneville County Community ConversationsYour voice matters on local issues! Please join us for a community conversation and light dinner to discuss the pressing needs in our community. Conversation topics will include health, education, housing, and financial stability. All community members are invited and encouraged to attend. We hope to see you there.

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The WIC program is now offering WICSmart: a free nutrition education application.WIC Smart

With this option low risk participants are able to take nutrition education online from the convenience of your home computer or on the go from your phone; limiting the number of visits to the WIC office.

New Requirement for Temporary Food Licenses

Beginning July 1, 2018, the Idaho Food Code (IFC), Section 2-102.12, requires each food establishment to have a minimum of one (1) accredited food protection manager (AFPM).

For temporary food establishments, we will accept a copy of your AFPM certificate issued by a nationally recognized organization or a copy of the certificate gained from passing the State of Idaho's Temporary Food Vendor Exam. There is no cost for the exam and it will be offered at our offices by appointment only. To schedule, please call 208-523-5382.

For more details about the application process for a temporary food license and a copy of the application, please click here. En Español.

Facebook Food FolliesFood Safety

As the Director of Environmental Health for Eastern Idaho Public Health (EIPH), I am tasked with trying to make sure that the food you, the public, eat is safe. The biggest way that I do this is by licensing food establishments that sell and/or prepare the foods that you eat. I am reaching out to ask for your help with my task.

Every day, on social media, people are selling food illegally that could make you sick . . . please click here to finish reading this article.

  • Please click here for more information about food safety and starting a food business.

  • Please click here for Idaho Department of Health and Welfare's Food Protection Program Home Page.
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