What do you need to know about NSF certification?
About NSF Certification NSF accredited third-party certification provides all stakeholders – industry, regulators, users and the general public – assurance that a certified product, material, component or service complies with the technical requirements of the referenced standard.
What does NSF accredited third party certification mean?
NSF accredited third-party certification provides all stakeholders – industry, regulators, users and the general public – assurance that a certified product, material, component or service complies with the technical requirements of the referenced standard.
Are there any foods that are NSF certified?
QAI Organic Foods, NSF/ANSI 305 Organic Personal Care Products, QAI Certified Transitional NSF-ISR Registrations for Quality Management Systems, Environmental Health and Safety Management Systems, Information Security Management
What to do if your NSF certification has been revoked?
If you notice an omission or error, please report it to NSF International. To see which products have had their NSF International certification revoked for noncompliance, visit the Certification Enforcement Actions page. If you are interested in learning more about NSF certification and registration marks, please visit the NSF Mark page.
What are the rules for using the NSF Mark?
The policies provide clear rules on the use of the NSF mark on products, labels and advertising, and prohibit misrepresentations. The policies also provide for product recalls by NSF and public notice when a certified product is thought to present a public health concern.
Why are regulatory bodies interested in NSF International?
Regulatory bodies have worked with and built confidence in NSF International. Regulators can strengthen regulatory programs by recognizing accredited certifications, or other certifications, such as “NSF or equivalent”, ensuring that other certifications are deemed equivalent to those of NSF.