Deli Clerk

DELI CLERK Second only to the front end, the deli department has the most interactions with consumers. Deli clerks take orders and offer suggestions. They are responsible for product storage and preparation while ensuring all food safety and sanitation measures are met. As a deli clerk, it is important for you to follow the suggestions given by the FDA’s Food Code and develop the skills necessary to better serve the consumers who visit your store’s deli department.       Deli Clerk Training Topics: Food Handling Basics Receiving and Storing Product Identification and Knowledge Deli Food Preparation Deli Department Sanitation Deli Merchandising Course Duration: 3 hours 

Floral Clerk

FLORAL CLERK Consumers who visit the floral department appreciate having fresh flowers in their home or giving flowers as gifts. In grocery stores across the United States, roses, bouquets, and potted blooming flowers account for 79% of floral sales. As a floral clerk, it is imperative that you properly care for and handle the flowers and bouquets in the floral department. You should develop the skills necessary to contribute to your store’s overall sales and meet the expectations of your consumers. Floral Clerk Training Topics: Floral Care and Handling Floral Merchandising Course Duration: 2 hours 

Frozen Foods and Dairy Clerk

FROZEN FOODS AND DAIRY CLERK High traffic in the frozen food and dairy departments creates a large product turnover. For this reason, the frozen food and dairy department must develop efficient customer service. As a frozen foods and dairy clerk, your responsibilities include ordering, receiving, storing, stocking and ensuring safety standards. You must develop your skills in these areas in order to provide your consumers with the right products and the service they demand.     Frozen Foods and Dairy Clerk Training Topics: Frozen Foods and Dairy Basics Ordering and Receiving Stocking Operations and Safety Product Storing Other Responsibilities Course Duration: 2 hours

Grocery Stocker

GROCERY STOCKER It is imperative that supermarkets receive and keep products on the shelves so that consumers can find what they are looking for. For this reason, grocery stockers are a vital part of the supermarket team. As a grocery stocker, it is your responsibility to receive, stock, display and locate products. Additionally, you must interact with consumers and suggestive sell to help increase your store’s profits.     Grocery Stocker Training Topics: Stocking Basics Receiving Stocking Operations Product Storing Other Responsibilities Course Duration: 2 hours 30 mins

Meat Apprentice – An Introduction

MEAT APPRENTICE - AN INTRODUCTION Meat apprentices must be trained in a wide range of subjects: industry trends, the role of the government, specific cuts and types of meat, safety and sanitation measures and merchandising. As a meat apprentice, it is your responsibility to hone your skills and understand meat procedures in order to cater to the needs of your consumers and enhance your store’s productivity.       Meat Apprentice Training Topics: United States Meat Industry Today The Role of the United States Department of Agriculture The Predominance of Beef Other Red Meats and White Meats Equipment, Food Safety, and Sanitation Course Duration: 5 hours 

Meat Wrapper

MEAT WRAPPER The responsibilities of meat wrappers are highly specialized. Basic operations include displaying, labeling and rotating, and due to the chance of spreading food-borne illness, knowledge of safety and sanitation is vital. As a meat wrapper, you must learn how to identify different cuts of beef, veal, pork, lamb and poultry and then describe the cooking methods and safe temperatures for each cut.     Meat Wrapper Training Topics: Food Handling Basics Food Safety Food Safety Prevention Product Knowledge Meat Department Operations Meat Department Sanitation Course Duration: 3 hours 

Produce Clerk

PRODUCE CLERK Each produce product is unique. With hundreds of possible produce items available in supermarkets around the world, produce clerks must be able to identify and provide consumers with the best and most efficient service possible. As a produce clerk, it is your responsibility to contribute to the supermarket team by receiving, stocking and storing produce and ensuring safety standards.     Produce Clerk Training Topics: Produce Clerk Basics Receiving Product Storing Produce Stocking and Displaying Operations Product Identification Other Responsibilities Course Duration: 3 hours 

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