NSF named Michigan Turkey Producers, Debby Newslow and Bobby Krishna the 2013 Food Safety Leadership Award winners at the Food Safety Summit. NSF’s Dan Fone also presented a session on using behavior-based food safety to mitigate human risk. > Read More
NSF’s new integrity and traceability (IAT) audit standard provides a thorough assessment of a site’s ability to manufacture products from protein-based raw materials and to prevent cross-contamination. > Read More
NSF now offers IFS PACsecure certification, which reduces risks to food safety by auditing the quality and safety of packaging materials. > Read More
NSF can combine certifications to FSSC 22000 and ISO 22000, as well as management systems certifications like ISO 9001 (quality), ISO 14001 (environmental) and OHSAS 18001 (occupational health and safety). > Read More
NSF registration ensures nonfood compounds are safe in case of incidental food contact. ISO 21469 also addresses quality control in product formulation, manufacturing, distribution and storage. > Read More
Find out about major changes in SQF 7.1, and get links to new guidance documents for Modules 2 and 11. > Read More
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