NSF Acquires Global Trust Certification
January 6, 2021
For more information or to request a proposal, please contact ClientServicesIE@nsf.org.
Everyone with a stake in the seafood supply chain – producers, distributors, retailers, and restaurants – wants to understand how changes in the regulatory landscape affect how they comply with production standards. These standards address sustainable practices, food fraud, contaminants, quality, handling processes, and the treatment of workers and local communities. But how can your organization be certain of compliance to stay competitive? Global Trust Certification (GTC) from NSF is the answer.
With the acquisition of Global Trust Certification (GTC) in January 2021, NSF secured the global presence and local expertise to audit, inspect, and certify to the largest number of accepted seafood standards worldwide. As a result, you can proceed with confidence that your seafood is safe and sustainably acquired – with a verified chain of custody to prove it. Our national and international certification contracts include all of the world’s leaders in seafood standards and all three areas of seafood commerce:
Through Global Trust Certification, NSF certifies to the following standards for farm-raised seafood:
Working closely with fisheries and producers worldwide through Global Trust Certification, NSF offers the following standards:
Through Global Trust Certification, NSF certifies supply-chain traceability (chain of custody) with processes such as identification, segregation, traceability, reconciliation, DNA testing and sampling according to the following standards:
Contact NSF to navigate your compliance challenges.
January 6, 2021