Category: Food Safety

Nelson-Jameson Releases New Color-Coded Catalog

Nelson-Jameson has expanded their color-coded program once again with the release of their 2019 Color-Coded Catalog. This year’s catalog has grown to 56 pages of products that help to prevent allergen migration and cross-contamination. From the lab to the processing line, Nelson-Jameson has the color-coded products you need to produce safe, quality food.

In addition to having the most extensive color-coded program in the industry, we also have the most color options! Nelson-Jameson is now proud to offer gray, brown and lime products from Remco/Vikan® to help meet all your color-coded needs. The expanded catalog also includes new items like Color-Coded Cable Ties, Flagged Angle Brooms, Nylon Scrapers and more!

For more information or to request a catalog, visit nelsonjameson.com.

 

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Your Safe, Quality Food is our Business

Nelson-Jameson takes food safety very seriously, and we know that you do too. That is why we offer a wealth of products and solutions that can help your facility reduce the risk of foodborne illness and contamination. From Color-Coding and Metal Detectable to Hand Hygiene and Environmental Testing – we have many programs available to help ensure your processing facilities are compliant, providing safe, quality food to all.

To talk to one of our food safety experts about these programs or to receive an informational flyer featuring these programs, give us a call at 800-826-8302 or visit our website today!

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Nelson-Jameson Introduces New Safety & PPE Catalog

We are pleased to announce the arrival of our newest catalog – the Nelson-Jameson Safety & PPE Catalog. This 256 page catalog features a complete line of personal protective equipment and facility safety products to keep employees safe in the food industry.

Filled with products and useful information to help customers stay compliant as well as understand the different safety standards that are out there – our Safety & PPE Catalog truly is, a purchasing resource. Special features, like a user-friendly layout, step indexing tabs to easily find sections, and material guides to assist in choosing the correct product for your application, help provide customers with a one-stop source for keeping employees and product safe.

“Your employees are on the front-lines, taking on the challenges of the production environment, and truly are your number one asset in running your business successfully. An unsafe plant is an unproductive plant, inevitably plagued by downtime,” said Adam Nelson, Vice Chairman and VP of Technology at Nelson-Jameson. “With that in mind, we have put together a catalog of products proven by food industry professionals such as yourself to keep employees safe, and plants productive.”

To request your free copy call 800-826-8302 or visit nelsonjameson.com. Or view the interactive PDF version of our Safety & PPE Catalog now!

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Nelson-Jameson Lab Training Workshop

Nelson-Jameson is proud to announce that we will be holding “A ‘Calibration’ of Lab Testing” this October 17th at the University of Wisconsin-Richland. The seminar will be lead by two Nelson-Jameson Lab Team members in our Technical Services area: Steve Zdun and Dayton Bruha. Best practices in pH, microbiology, and salt will all be featured in the workshop. Perfect for food and beverage lab personnel, participants will get a hands-on approach to tackling these core areas.

Registration before October 1st, will guarantee an early bird rate of $150 ($175 after). Call one of our customer service representatives and mention item #333-3333 for more information!

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Taking the Initiative to Help Small Business Negotiate the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA)

In our efforts to help our customers produce the best safe, quality food that they can, we like to occasionally share resources that may be of use. Below, you will find a link discussing the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) Training and Consultative Service program, (officially titled the Artisan Dairy Producer Foods Safety Initiative). In an effort to assist smaller businesses and producers, the Center for Dairy Research, Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin, and the Wisconsin Cheese Makers Association have come together to provide guidance for small businesses to meet the demands of FSMA compliance. John Lucey, from the Center for Dairy Research discusses the Initiative further here:

https://www.dairyfoods.com/articles/93071-a-collaborative-effort-to-help-small-dairy-manufacturers-meet-safety-guidelines

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