The Pueblo Partners in Food Safety Program (PPiFS) is a voluntary program that recognizes restaurants and food facilities in Pueblo County who go above and beyond to keep customers safe from foodborne illness.
Consumers, you can:
- Look for the PPiFS logo on restaurant windows or doors.
- Search the list of PPiFS below
- Invite your favorite eatery to be part of the program!
How To Become a Partner
The program is voluntary and requires restaurants and food facilities to meet specific criteria, including:
- “Good” or “Excellent” on the facility’s last inspection. Score between 0-39 qualifies.Click here to determine inspection point values: PPiFS Point values
- A training program that ensures that all new staff who handle food are properly trained in food safety within three months of starting work.
- A score of 50+ points on AMC Self Assessment
- Good standing with PCCHD. Facilities in the civil penalty process are not eligible to participate in the program.
If you feel like this would be a great opportunity for your facility please fill out the forms linked below:
Applications may be emailed, faxed, mailed or delivered in person to:
Pueblo Department of Public Health and Environment
101 W. 9th Street
Pueblo, CO 81003
Email: [email protected]