A new issue brief investigates the benefits of state and local retail food regulatory programs participating in state- and region-wide networks aimed at achieving conformance with the Voluntary National Retail Food Regulatory Program Standards. The goal of this study was to unveil the benefits of working in collaboration with other jurisdictions when working towards achieving conformance with the Retail Program Standards and to highlight best practices that resulted from being a part of these networks.

The National Association of City and County Health Officials and the Conference for Food Protection led and authored this study.

Learn more and access the brief.

An Evaluation of Existing Retail Program Standards Networks (Webpage)