Food Permits, Food and Beverage Control Program, Health Rating and Inspections
Services and Information
Food Safety STL
Helping City of St. Louis residents report cases of foodborne illness to the Department of Health through social media
Food and Beverage Control Program
Inspects and permits restaurants, taverns, food booths at fairs and festivals, and other establishments serving food to ensure food safety.
Food and Beverage Regulations
Information about local food and beverage ordinances and other regulations
Opening an Establishment Brochure
Information on opening a food establishment
Report a Problem with a Food Establishment
Report problems or request inspections of food establishments regarding; foodborne illnesses, mold, employees working while ill, lack of water, proper trash disposal or with pests or animals on the premises.
STL Live: Food Establishment Inspections
Amir Tibbs, Food Establishment Inspector for the City of St. Louis Department of Health talks about the inspections for restaurants and other food facilities throughout the city, including temporary establishments such as food booths at festivals, food trucks, or street vendors.
STL Live: Food Safety and Access
Patrick Naabien, Environmental Health Supervisor and Jeanine Arrighi, Environmental Health Services Bureau Chief for the Department of Health, discuss food safety in the City of St. Louis and improving food access to residents living in Low Income, Low Access areas.
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