The CRA's sole purpose is to protect your business and help you thrive. We seek to champion your interests in the political arena and be your guide to laws and regulations that can make running a restaurant complex. To this end, we have produced this Compliance Center and we hope it becomes as invaluable to running your restaurant as CRA.
Please email FirstCall@corestaurant.org to request these items (you should have received when you joined):
Recently, changes were made to the “Notice to Workers” section of the required Colorado labor law posters employers are required to have in their business. The new language is required to be posted in order for your business to be in compliance. If you received posters earlier this year, to remain compliant please click on the link below, print off the new document, and post it over the same section on your 2019 Colorado labor law poster. Get it in English, get it in Spanish.Reminder - CRA members get FREE Labor Law posters. Order yours today. Call the CRA (303) 830-2972 or email FirstCall@corestaurant.org
The CRA provides free, limited, legal advice through our Legal Resource Center. A network of member attorneys, labor law & compliance posters, educational programs, and other resources and information to keep businesses compliant. If you do not find the answer to your question on the website, please call (303) 830-2972 or email FirstCall@corestaurant.org to request expert help.
On January 1, 2019, Colorado adopted the U.S. Food & Drug Administration's (US FDA) 2013 model Food Code and 2013 Supplement to Colorado's food industries. This means some operational changes for all retail food establishments.
Those changes include, but are not limited to:
Get a list of the top 10 questions regarding the changes to the Colorado Food Code, click here.
Boulder County Disaster Guide for Retail Food Establishment, click here.
The National Restaurant Association (NRA) is the largest foodservice trade association in the world (by membership) —supporting nearly 500,000 restaurant businesses. NRA staff and lobbyists represent and advocate for foodservice industry interests with state, local and national policymakers—taking on financial and regulatory obstacles before they hit members’ bottom line and providing tools and systems that help members of all sizes get significantly better operating results.
The NRA, in conjunction with state restaurant associations, strives to move our industry forward by finding answers to the tough questions, distilling complex information into practical knowledge and helping our members navigate the issues that can leave them in the weeds. If you need smart, relevant intelligence that helps our members run their businesses better, the NRA is your go-to resource.
We often receive questions from our members on topics ranging from account information to legal issues. Below is a list of topics we're asked about most often! We've organized these questions and answered them in our Help Center.
To visit the Help Center, click here.