Per new FDA requirements, motor carriers earning over $500,000 this year must have their drivers complete a food transportation training course prior to April 6th. Carriers earning less than that have an additional year to train their drivers. This one hour course will teach them the basics of sanitation and safety when it comes to transporting frozen foods. The only problem, is that the FDA has yet to actually release the standardized course. There is a provisional fallback though, in place. While the course isn’t available yet, carriers have the option of creating their own standardized course, or just waiting until the FDA releases theirs. The CAFSP offers a course for $55 per driver individually, and bulk rates are also available.