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NSF’s Food Safety Bites is issued on a monthly basis.
NSF team member Lindsey Holmes was named winner of CIEH’s Rising Environmental Health Star Award.
This edition covers a health & safety update, changes to the Red Tractor produce scheme and our 2019 charity calendar.
NSF International received SOFHT’s Company of the Year award and three staff members received individual recognitions.
High-quality, transparently produced products are the future of manufacturing. Food manufacturers, retailers and brands feel the impact of poor product quality.
As part of our support for the Farming Community Network, we have produced a 2019 calendar and it’s now available for sale for just £5!
We conduct fire and health & safety audits in all retail outlets, as well as micro-sampling and lab testing for food retail outlets, in this airport serving 78 million passengers a year.
Delivering safe and quality food in-flight and in airport lounges across 44 countries and supplied by 40 caterers is no easy task.
NSF helped this small caterer to improve safety and quality practices to meet a major international airline’s food safety standards.
Join us for a one-day training course on 4 or 16 October to learn what’s new in Issue 8 of the BRC Global Standard for Food Safety.
Food fraud is a hot topic for most major European manufacturers, with olive oil and eggs being particularly vulnerable. Barilla appointed NSF International to audit their key suppliers.
A major global oil and gas organisation wanted to ensure their chosen external catering contractor was capable of managing all aspects of providing safe and quality food to their workers in their on-shore operations.
NSF International was approached by a well-known luxury hotel group to review their policies and procedures against the relevant ISO standards and best practice from NSF’s expert point of view.
The recent EU Regulation No. 2017/2158 establishes mitigation measures and benchmark levels for reducing the presence of acrylamide in food. How does this affect your business?
NSF has partnered with FCN, the Farming Community Network, to support the whole farming community and the vital role farming plays. We both understand that farming is not just a business; it’s a way of life.
View some highlights and key points from NSF’s successful conference in March 2018, featuring the issues and challenges facing the UK food industry today.
The program, headed by NSF’s South West Team Manager Lindsey Holmes, provides UWE Bristol environmental health students with practical experience and training.
See how technology is transforming the way we live and work in the latest article by Rob Chester (NSF International's UK Managing Director, Food). Posted with permission from Environmental Health News.
World Coffee Research (WCR) and NSF International, an independent global organization committed to protecting and improving public health, announced the launch of the WCR VerifiedSM Program to certify coffee seed producers and plant nurseries.
In a frank and forward-looking speech, Minette Batters, President of the NFU, spoke at the NSF annual conference about the challenges of Brexit, ensuring productivity, self-sufficiency and market responsiveness in farming. Farm standards are of immense importance in maintaining our competitiveness in a volatile global market and she feels it is her job to reposition farming and bring the issues that really matter to the attention of the government.
The kitchen compliance package (covering food safety, health & safety and fire safety) has been designed specifically for businesses like yours. It provides a total compliance solution, through full access to a suite of services that all come under one controlled annual fee per site.