Registered Products for Meat and Poultry Processing
The NSF nonfood compounds registration program covers a wide range of products and chemicals frequently used in the meat and poultry processing industries. In an industry where it’s critical to minimize the risks from pathogens and other hazards, such as grease and dirt, using trusted products is vital.
From marking agents used in slaughterhouses and butcher shops to substances like scald agents to cleaning and disinfecting chemicals, our registration program enables manufacturers to show the food industry their products can be trusted.
NSF makes it easy for the meat and poultry sector to find the right chemicals. Products that are independently validated as being suitable for use in meat and poultry processing plants are listed in the NSF White BookTM. The registration program is a continuation of the USDA product approval and listing program, which is based on meeting regulatory requirements, including FDA 21 CFR, for appropriate use and ingredient and labeling review.
Find registered products in the NSF White BookTM, our online directory of registered nonfood compounds and proprietary substances.
Chemical manufacturers can count on:
- A cost-effective, industry-recognized registration program operating globally
- The expertise of NSF scientists, chemists and toxicologists in validating formulations against regulatory requirements
- An efficient process to enable your latest formulations to reach the market
End users benefit from:
- Easy identification of chemicals suitable for use in meat and poultry food processing through their listing in the NSF White Book and display of the relevant NSF nonfood compound registration mark
- Assurance that products are safe to use across the meat and poultry processing industries
- Support in practicing good sanitation, hygiene and food safety
The registration process comprises:
- Formulation review
- Label review
- Traceability review
- Product testing (if applicable)
Once registered, products can display the NSF registration mark. This recognized mark of assurance is trusted globally by the food industry and food safety regulators and auditors. Registered products are verified each year to maintain integrity.
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