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Argentum has established a partnership with the leader in food safety training and certification—the National Restaurant Association’s ServSafe™ program. ServSafe™ is widely respected in the foodservice industry as the leader in food safety training and certification, offering resources and examinations created by foodservice and regulatory experts. This partnership supports Argentum’s mission to advance professionalism and quality measures across senior living.

Through this new partnership, Argentum members are eligible to receive a 20% discount on ServSafe™ training that can be used to prepare for the ServSafe™ certification examination. The negotiated discount for Argentum members can be applied by visiting the ServSafe™ portal designed for Argentum. Argentum is the only senior living industry association providing discounts to members for this required training.

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Improving safety in all aspects of care and service in senior living is a priority. Argentum is pleased to offer its members expanded opportunities to enhance food safety measures through this partnership with the ServSafe program.”

— James Balda, president & CEO, Argentum
Read more about Argentum's partnership with ServSafe™.

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