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WASHINGTON FOOD LIABILITY INSURANCE

What do Microsoft, Starbucks, and Amazon.com all have in common? They were all founded in the Evergreen State. Washington has the distinction of having the first soft-serve ice cream machine in the world. Whether you’re enjoying world-class dishes in the rotating Space Needle restaurant or having a bowl of New England clam chowder on the pier, Washington has a repertoire of delicious eats and treats. Plus, Washington in the number one producer of apples, red raspberries, sweet cherries, pears, and Concord and Niagara grapes in the nation.

If you operate a food business in Washington, the Food Liability Insurance Program (FLIP) can help you protect your business with comprehensive general liability insurance.

We provide coverages for:

  • food vendors
  • food trucks
  • caterers
  • bakers
  • food carts
  • farmers markets
  • food festivals
  • commercial kitchens

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Licensed In All 50 States

HOW FLIP BENEFITS OHIO FOOD BUSINESSES

Program Highlights

  • General Liability
  • Products and Completed Operations Coverage
  • Personal and Advertising Injury Coverage
  • Damage to Premises Rented Coverage
  • Business Personal Property Coverage

Program Benefits

  • Instant Coverage
  • Immediate Access to Your Certificate
  • Inland Marine Coverage Included
  • Convenient Online Purchasing
  • Free Unlimited Additional Insureds
  • No Quote Hassle-Free Process
  • Peace of Mind

ADDITIONAL COVERAGES AVAILABLE

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RESOURCES FOR FOOD BUSINESS OWNERS IN WASHINGTON

The following is helpful state information for food vendors, caterers, private chefs, food cart vendors, bakers, and other food professionals:

MOVED OUT OF STATE? WE'VE GOT YOU COVERED

FLIP is licensed in all 50 states

Did you buy a policy  in Washington then moved to Colorado? No problem. Your policy follows you wherever you go, provided you follow the licensing and certification requirements of the state in which you reside.