Food service Permits are generally issued by the city or county health department. The health department will make an in-person visit to your establishment to ensure that you are in accordance with all restaurant food safety regulations. Once this license is obtained, the health department will continue to make regular visits to inspect your restaurant.
You can obtain a food vendor's license application from us today, When applying, you'll need the name of your restaurant, an address for a permanent kitchen facility (even for food trucks), and the owner's personal information.
To comply with Georgia food service laws, apply for a food service permit at least 10 days prior to your opening date. The application requires you to provide information about the owners of the food service , contact information for the owners and details about the base of operation for the business. You will also have to provide details about the location at which you will operate your food service and the days and hours you will run it. The health department will also need a description of the foods you will sell and a copy of your plan for meeting food safety requirements. In addition, you will have to submit to inspection of your food service business before you receive the permit.