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Standards are regularly revised to ensure that they meet industry needs, reflect good practice, and keep people, products and processes safe. In 2022, seven NSF food equipment standards were updated.
These were discussed at NSF’s Joint Committee Meeting on Food Equipment Standards, held last October at the NSF head office in Ann Arbor, Michigan. It was the first time the Joint Committee had met in person for over three years. At the meeting, panel discussions took place on topics including the vision for food equipment standards and the Joint Committee in the 2030s, and the CDC delivered a presentation on food equipment standards and outbreak prevention.
Here is summary of the updates to NSF food equipment standards made in 2022. (Please see the foreword to each standard for a complete list of updates.)
Learn more about the latest update here.
NSF clients can access updated versions of the standards relating to their certifications in NSF Connect.
It’s important to note that revisions to standards do not always impact certified products. If an updated version of a standard impacts certified products, an NSF account manager will contact all clients affected by the change.