The Consumer Protection Program is responsible for inspecting all restaurants and retail markets within the City of Aspen and ensuring their compliance with state laws and regulations. The Consumer Protection Program also investigates all reports of foodborne illness and provides technical expertise and training for the food service industry. This is accomplished by:
Licensing and inspecting all retail food establishments including restaurants, grocery stores, delis, and mobile food units
Participation in foodborne illness investigations associated with licensed and inspected facilities
Plan reviews, inspection, and approval of all new or extensively remodeled food establishments
Providing food safety training classes to ensure a basic knowledge of the key issues that are associated with safe food handling and food borne illness
Investigating complaints of foodborne illnesses
If you wish to report a suspected foodborne illness, please call (970) 920-5075.
- Your name
- Telephone number where you can be reached during work hours.
- The name of the food service establishment implicated.
- Information about your symptoms.
- A detailed 72-hour food history.
For current product recalls visit The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment's Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Recalls