Pathways to Maintain Your GFSI Certification
We can assist with risk assessment, regulatory and label compliance, food fraud, behavioral food safety and crisis management.
Food Risk Management
At every stage, threats to food safety and quality lurk around the corner.
Food fraud — the deliberate adulteration, substitution, tampering or misrepresentation of food -- has increased in significance as a result of our complex global food supply chain and costs the food industry an estimated $49 billion worldwide each year.
As the respected industry expert, NSF International has the technical expertise to help you implement and improve best-of-class beverage safety and quality programs for your bottled water, beverage or packaged ice facility.
Food and Employee Safety
Increasing market and regulatory requirements can be daunting for food companies across the supply chain who are already overburdened with routine operations management.
Food and Label Compliance
NSF’s food and label compliance services provide guidance through the maze of Canadian and U.S. food regulations.
The Risky Business of Social Influencing
May 17, 2019
Did you know your cybersecurity risks can grow in step with your business? In fact, a study conducted by PricewaterhouseCoopers found less than half of global companies are prepared for a cybersecurity attack.
EyeSucceed Named a Glass Partner for Food Industry Applications of Wearable Technology
July 19, 2017
NSF International Promotes Serban Teodoresco to VP, Food Safety, Europe, the Middle East and Africa
June 8, 2017
OEHHA Issues Proposed NSRLs for Three Disinfection By-Products
August 11, 2020
On May 22, the California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA), which assesses health risks of environmental contaminants in products sold in California, issued three notices of proposed rulemaking (NPRs) establishing proposed no significant risk levels (NSRLs) for three water disinfection by-products : trichloroacetic acid, dibromoacetic acid and dichloroacetic acid; also known as haloacetic acids. These NPRs were open for comment until July 7. OEHHA is now reviewing the comments and will then issue a final rule.