Why does my new card cost $10?
The $10 fee is set in state regulation, Washington Administrative Code 246-217-025. The fee is used by local health jurisdictions to defray the costs of food worker training and education, administration of the program and testing of applicants.

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1. How can I get a card that is valid for three years?
2. Who do I contact if I have a problem with the online class?
3. Can I stop the training and complete it later on?
4. My session has timed out. Now what do I do?
5. I live outside of Washington state, but will be working as a food worker in Washington state, how do I get my food worker card?
6. How do I replace or reprint my food worker card?
7. When will my card expire?
8. Why does my new card cost $10?
9. Do I have to sign my card once I print it?