NYC’s Top Notch Food Training & Consulting Company
To empower individuals and companies with enhanced public health knowledge in food safety through training.
What do we do?
Hands-on corrective actions and employee training.
To bring transformational change to all food service establishments. It is our objective to provide the food industry with a stable work environment with the latest food safety training that promotes healthy food service and safety of the consumers.
Our mission is to empower individuals and companies with enhanced public health knowledge in food safety through training and easy learning methods. Through investing in one’s company human capital, we commit to our efforts to teach and train employee’s food safety procedures and certifications as required by the respective established laws. It is our objective to provide the food industry with a stable work environment with the latest food safety training that promotes healthy food service and safety of the consumers.
ROAR FS was founded and is operated by four former NYC health department officials. Some of their involvement in public health includes serving as lead inspectors, supervisors, QA managers, and directors, each having well over a decade of experience in food safety. Since the organization’s inception, ROAR’s success has been built upon the belief that education is foundational. ROAR is dedicated to teaching and training individuals in food safety concepts and practices that support public health in their food establishments throughout New York, New Jersey, Georgia, and Minnesota, to name a few. Having facilitated over 50 NYC FPC and Servsafe Manager certification courses, ROAR’s engaging and effective teaching methods have resulted in 98% of the enrolled students being certified. ROAR also renders QA support through detailed mock inspections at various locations that also yield fruitful results. All serviced clients have achieved passing health department scores and Grade A postings due to ROAR’s unique ability to aid in developing a food safety culture.