FOOD LIABILITY INSURANCE IN ALASKA

The largest state in America, Alaska was the 49th state admitted to the United States in 1959. The United States bought Alaska from Russia in 1867 for $7.2 million, or $0.02 an acre. Many people considered it a bad purchase at the time, but Alaska is now home to 25% of America’s produced oil. The Last Frontier State is also the place where most of America’s seafood, including salmon, crab, halibut, and herring, comes from.

If you are a food vendor in Alaska, you have the expertise to make amazing food for your customers. Food Liability Insurance Program (FLIP) has affordable policies that can safeguard your finances and give you peace of mind as you work.

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RESOURCES FOR FOOD BUSINESS OWNERS IN ALASKA

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 Alaska then moved to New Hampshire? No problem. Your policy follows you wherever you go, provided you follow the licensing and certification requirements of the state in which you reside.