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NSF International

Comply with safety standards for food, water, indoor air and the environment.

NSF International risk management standards apply to food, water, indoor air and environmental safety and are voluntary guidelines used by industry and regulatory agencies internationally. Topics covered relate to the food and beverage industry, specifically addressing food handling, hygiene and sanitization, packaging, drinking water treatment and dietary supplements. NSF standards help you:

  • Certify product safety
  • Minimize costly mistakes
  • Streamline operations
  • Avert public and health safety risks

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