NSF International is the leading provider of independent assurance and certification services to the agriculture, produce and processing industries. We specialize in the delivery of individual and composite audits to a broad range of international, national, and client specific standards. These differing standards reflect evolving supply chain and consumer assurance, demands for product safety, legality and quality, and broader concerns about integrity, welfare, ethical and environmental issues. We have a unique perspective on the food supply chain and the ability to address a wide range of issues in a consistent and innovative way. We are the largest global certification provider in the food and farming sector, certifying over 70,000 clients annually. We have a global audit team with a first-class professional reputation for technical knowledge and consistency across industry sectors. The management team has in-depth sector-specific technical knowledge and experience. This extensive team often proves invaluable to clients in providing technical input and support and identifying emerging issues and trends. NSF International is accredited by the United Kingdom Accreditations Service (UKAS), enabling us to provide a broad range of accredited certification services for both product and management systems.
• Development and operation of national client specific protocols and services providing supply chain and consumer assurance for product quality, integrity, safety.
• Large scale independent audit and certification services throughout agriculture, fresh produce, food processing and distribution industries.
We operate internationally through our network of in-country operations to provide global coverage with local industry knowledge.
- United Kingdom
- France/French speaking North Africa
- Greece/Eastern Mediterranean
- Rep of South Africa/ Sub-Sahara Africa
- Thailand/South East Asia
- Costa Rica
We also have a highly skilled and trained team of ‘Fly-Drive’ auditors who cater for specialist requirements or where there is no local auditor resource.