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BFSC is proud to have certified more companies, more Chefs, more managers than any one else in New England since 1995. We have a convenient location in Boston for regularly scheduled ServSafe classes

Which Exam and Study Options are Right for Me?

We wrote the book on food safety - no really we did!  As authors of  a national recognized food safety textbook, Berger Food Safety is the most experienced, reliable provider of ServSafe Certification in New England.  More than 33,000 have been ServSafe certified in our 20 year history.  We have many combinations of food safety classes, study techniques and exam options that will cover your needs whether you are a manager taking this for the first time or re-certifying for the second, third or even fourth time.




Our ServSafe managers certification exams and the managers food protection classes are for those being certified for the first time and those who need to renew their expired ServSafe certification. We have many options for your ServSafe certification so you can customize your training and get certified faster. You can get certified for as little as $85

There are a few different ways to study and pass the ServSafe exam

  • First register for the online or written exam, pick your date - total price: $85-$95
  • Then choose a study method
  • Study using our text book -  total price: $29 each
  • Study using our online Course -  total price: $29 each
  • Study using the book and the online Course -  total price: $49
  • Attend a half day servsafe classSilver - total price: $35
  • Attend a full day servsafe class Gold Class - total price: $70
  • Most states (like Massachusetts) simply require that you pass the exam. There is no requirement to take any of the food safety classes we offer, don't get me wrong, our food safety classes are still the most effective way to do this. You just need to get enough knowledge to pass the ServSafe exam. It doesn't matter if you are re-certifying or taking it for the first time, it is the same exam, the same food safety class. A few states like Rhode Island (get more details about Rhode Island requirements here.) will actually require a specific number of training hours. Please check with your local health department or contact us if you are unsure of your state and local requirements.