Food Equipment Regulatory Support
NSF food equipment certification comes with our unwavering support and dedication to help ensure your products are accepted state and local health departments in the U.S. and beyond.
We work closely with regulatory officials to gain recognition of NSF/ANSI standards and our certification program ensures that products bearing the respected NSF mark are swiftly accepted in the field.
Should there ever be regulatory question regarding your NSF certification, contact a member of our regulatory response team who will access details of your product certification and personally resolve issues.
Contact us at 1.877.893.1325 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about regulatory acceptance for NSF-certified food equipment products.
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How do I file a complaint about a product with a potential misuse of the NSF certification mark?
Just complete the product investigation form. Include as much information as possible. Relevant information includes the product description, location, model and/or serial number and evidence of NSF mark misuse.
Does my product have to be NSF certified?
NSF does not regulate or require that your product be NSF certified. However, regulatory agencies, end users and buyers often specify NSF certification to ensure that the products purchased for their facilities comply with public health standards.
How does NSF keep public health officials educated about NSF/ANSI standards and certification for food equipment products?
Over the past seven decades, NSF has established strong relationships with the public health regulatory community. We have been fortunate enough to have public health officials serve on our standards development committees, and many NSF professionals interact regularly with public health regulators through common membership in professional organizations such as the National Environmental Health Association (NEHA), the Association of Food and Drug Administrators (AFDO) and the American Water Works Association (AWWA).
In addition, we provide regulators with copies of NSF standards, extend invitations to NSF public health conferences and host webinars specifically for the regulator community.
A local health department is having trouble verifying my product’s NSF certification. Can NSF help?
Yes, NSF is happy to help our certified manufacturers in these situations. First, please be sure the health official has checked the NSF certified product listings. If questions still remain about your product’s certification status, please contact us at 1-800-673-6275 or email@example.com, share the problem details and we will follow up until the issue is resolved.