Online License Renewal Instructions

Below are the steps to renew your license online. Please click the following link to start the renewal process. https://foodsafety.kda.ks.gov/FoodSafety/Web/Login.aspx

If you have any questions, please call our office at 785-564-6733.

  1. After clicking the link, you will arrive at this page.001-step01
  2. If you are a new user, click the New Account box.If you have renewed your KDA license online before, enter your User Name (this can be found on your renewal form after “External Username”) and Password in the boxes. If you cannot remember your Password, please click the Forgot Password box.

    Note: when using the Forgot Password utility, please wait five minutes before attempting to log in after resetting the password to allow the system to process your updated password.

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  3. All information with an (*) is required information. Once you have entered the necessary information (see below) please click the Save box. (Your password must be at least 8 characters and contain at least one capital letter, lowercase letter, and a number.) For the Organization box, choose Kansas Department of Agriculture from the drop down.003-step03
  4. After you click the Save box, you will be brought back to the home page. Please enter your User Name and Password you just created and click the Log In box.004-step04
  5. You will arrive to the Facility Portal page.005-step05
  6. Please enter the Business Code printed on your renewal email or paper in the Business Code box and click the Add button. Business Codes are case sensitive. If you renewed online previously, your licenses will populate automatically. You do not need to re-enter your business code.006-step06
  7. Your license matching the Business Code you entered will be listed. If you have other licenses you received business codes for, please repeat step 6. Click your business name inside of the blue bar to expand.007-step07
  8. If you want to review contact information please click the pen and paper icon.008-step08
  9. This is the screen that will show if you click the pen and paper icon. Items shaded cannot be edited. If any of that information needs changed, please call our office at 785-564-6733 before renewing. After completing necessary edits, please press save. If no edits were made, press the X in the top right corner of the edit box.009-step09
  10. Click the box under the Add To Cart section to add your license to the shopping cart. The cart icon in the top right of the screen will not change once you click Add to Cart.010-step10
  11. Once you have all your licenses Added to the Cart, click the shopping cart icon to checkout. If everything is correct, click Checkout inside of the green bar.011-step11
  12. Please select your payment type then click the Next button.012-step12
  13. You will next enter in your contact and billing information.013-step13
  14. Enter in your credit card or electronic check information then click the Next button.014-step14
  15.  Click the Submit Payment button. Once the payment is approved, your payment receipt will be emailed to the email address you entered into the payment screen. The email will come from helpcenter@ink.org so please check your Spam or Junk folders. Your renewed license will be emailed to the same address that received the renewal email. This email will be sent from “KDA No Reply” so please check your Spam or Junk folders. You will need to print the license and post it in your establishment.

Thank you for visiting our online license renewal instructions page. If you haven’t already, please click the following link to start the renewal process. https://foodsafety.kda.ks.gov/FoodSafety/Web/Login.aspx

If you have any questions, please call our office at 785-564-6733.

 

Source: Online License Renewal Instructions

Inspection Results

Click here for inspection results after August 4, 2015 

Search results may be sorted by specific columns by clicking on the column title. To view a copy of the inspection report, click on the “View Inspection Report” icon (  ) in the search results. Please note that the “View Inspection Report” icon for inspections after December 15, 2016 are sometimes not displaying because of a technical issue. Our application vendor is working on the issue. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Inspection results are available for viewing. Information contained in the reports may not be used for purposes prohibited by the Kansas Open Records Act (K.S.A. 45-215 et. seq.).

PROHIBITED USES: K.S.A. 45-230 prohibits the use of names and addresses derived from public records for certain commercial purposes. Violation of this law can result in a civil penalty not to exceed $500 for each violation.

For inspection results prior to August 4, 2015 please visit our Open Records request page.

 

Source: Inspection Results

Farmers’ Market Food Sales

Food Sales at Farmers’ Markets

Retail food sales are regulated by the Kansas Department of Agriculture. The objective is to ensure that all foods offered for sale are safe and wholesome. For additional information please view Farmers’ Markets in Kansas.

The sale of non-potentially hazardous foods, which are foods that do not require temperature control for safety or specialized processing, is allowed at farmers’ markets and similar locations without a food establishment license. Non-potentially hazardous foods include baked goods, such as cookies, breads, cakes, cinnamon rolls and fruit pies. Other non-potentially hazardous foods include fresh fruits and vegetables, nuts and honey.

  • Home-grown produce may be sold, provided that any pesticide use complies with label directions. KDA recommends following Good Agricultural Practices. More information is available here.
  • Packaged products must be labeled with the common name of the product, and the name and address of the producer.
  • Ready-to-eat, potentially hazardous foods may only be sold from a vendor operating in compliance with all applicable regulations.
  • The sale of potentially hazardous foods is prohibited without a food establishment license.
  • Ungraded eggs may be sold by small producers (51 to 250 hens) if maintained at 45°F or less. Very small producers (1-50 hens) do not have to maintain eggs at 45°F or less, but it is strongly recommended to reduce the chance of illness. More information about egg sales is available here.
  • Home-canned products, except traditional jams and jellies, are prohibited without proper licensing.
  • All foods on sale or display must be effectively protected from contamination.

The sale of potentially hazardous foods is restricted to protect the public from foodborne illness. Potentially hazardous foods consist in whole or in part of milk, milk products, eggs, meat, poultry, fish, sprouts, cut leafy greens, heat treated vegetables, heat treated starches and cut produce. Examples include:

  • cream or meringue pies
  • cheesecake
  • custards
  • cream filled cupcakes/donuts
  • hamburger and hot dogs
  • burritos
  • egg rolls
  • jerky
  • summer sausage or similar products
  • cut melons
  • canned vegetables
  • alfalfa sprouts
  • cut or torn lettuce
  • cut tomatoes

For more detailed information, please read Food Safety for Kansas Farmers Market Vendors: Regulations and Best Practices from the K-State Research and Extension Bookstore.

Additional information about Direct-to-Consumer sales of exempt foods is available in this presentation.

Source: Farmers’ Market Food Sales