The state is now requiring that all restaurants have a certified food manager on staff.
The Lubbock Board of Health discussed that change during its meeting Friday. Environmental Health Manager, Bridget Faulkenberry says this is a good thing for patrons.
"If there's a certified food manager on sight then food safety should improve," Faulkenberry said.
The Lubbock City Council must adopt the new rule, before it's implemented. That could happen as early as August. Restaurants will have one year, after that, to comply.
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