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2275 Bauer Rd
Batavia, OH 45103
2400 Clermont Center Dr, Suite 200
Batavia, OH 45103
513-735-8420 (communicable disease fax)
The Clermont County Public Health (CCPH) Food Safety Program annually licenses and inspects establishments that prepare and sell food in Clermont County. The goal of this program is to ensure that food sold in Clermont County is safe and served in a clean environment. The Food Safety Program strives to protect the community against foodborne illnesses resulting from health code violations and improper handling of food. Food Safety Program activities include but not limited to:
Food Service Operation (FSO) License: Issued to a location or area where food is prepared and served in individual portions. Examples include restaurants, cafeterias, and schools. For additional information about obtaining FSO/RFE license, please read our Planning For Success guide.
Retail Food Establishment (RFE) License: Issued to a facility that sells prepackaged food items, or sells multiple servings of food products. Examples include grocery stores, gas stations, and most pizza shops. For additional information about obtaining FSO/RFE license, please read our Planning For Success guide.
Temporary Food License: Issued to a facility that is operated at an event for no more than five consecutive days. For more info and application, please click here.
Mobile Food License: Issued to a moveable structure which must change locations at least once every 40 days. For more info and application, please click here.
Vending Machine License: Issued to a facility that sells temperature controlled food (frozen, refrigerated, or hot food). A license is also required if the food is dispensed in an open container or cup, such as coffee, soda, soup, or hot chocolate. For more info, please click here.
Micro Market License: Issued to an unmanned store generally located within an office building. This facility offers TCS (time and temperature controlled for safety) food and non-TCS food items for purchase via self-checkout kiosk. Equipment that dispenses TCS food (coolers/freezers/hot holding units) must have health switches that will automatically be activated in the event of a temperature control issue or power failure. For more info, please click here.
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Food Operation Complaints
Food Plan Review Brochure
Food Plan Review – Planning for
Vending Machine License FAQ
Micro Market License FAQ
Food Safety Posters
Food Safety Training
Employee Illness Guide
Vomit and Diarrhea Clean Up Guide
Water Interruption Fact Sheet
Water Interruption Worksheet
Food Safety During Power Outage
Food Plan Review Application
Food License Application
Temporary Food License Application
Mobile Food Unit Application
Food Facility – Ownership Change Application
Vending Machine Location Application
Food Safety Logs
Cooking Temperature Log
Cooling Temperature Log
Discard Date Marking Log
Dish Machine Sanitizer Log
Equipment Temperature Log
Hot/Cold Holding Food Temperature Log
Receiving Temperature Log
Reheating Temperature Log
Triple Sink Chemical Sanitizer Log
Kitchen Companion: Your Safe Food Handbook
Ohio Department of Health
Ohio Department of Agriculture
Food Storage at Home