Keeping Up With Food Safety

The Food Safety Modernization Act will undoubtedly affect every aspect, and every company, big or small, in the food industry. This will be a welcome event for many consumers. According to a national survey conducted by Thomas Reuters for National Public Radio (NPR) last year, a significant portion of the population is concerned about food safety issues: “61 percent are concerned with contamination of the food supply.”

In the food industry we are also concerned with food safety, as we care about the well-being of our customers. It is no doubt that we also all care about the detrimental effect on our businesses and on our industry when food safety issues come up. Still, as all of this change is occurring, operations can sometimes feel dwarfed by the enormity of it all.

Amidst all of the change, you’ll be able to count on Nelson-Jameson to be informed on food safety regulations and operations as they develop. Along with supplying the most advanced and effective methods/products focused on preventative control, monitoring, and quality assurance, we will also be developing and searching for new products that will help your business, big or small, to keep up and to stay safe. Stay connected on our blog, website, in our catalog, and through Facebook & Twitter. You’ll be able to find news from our product managers, contacts for our services, and updates on all things food safety.

Source: National Public Radio

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About Mathew J. Bartkowiak, Ph.D.

Laboratory Products Department Manager, Nelson-Jameson, Inc.
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