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.

 

Participating Partners

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:

  1. “Good” or “Excellent” on the facility’s last inspection. Score between 0-39 qualifies.Click here to determine inspection point values: PPiFS Point values
  2. A training program that ensures that all new staff who handle food are properly trained in food safety within three months of starting work.
  3. A score of 50+ points on AMC Self Assessment
  4. 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:

PPiFS Self-Assessment Form

PPiFS Application Form

How to Write a Training Guide

 

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

Fax: 719-583-4322

Email: [email protected]