Technical Info: USDA
Food Grade: Certifications & NSF Registrations
Kimball Midwest offers an extensive line of NSF Registered and Kimball Midwest Certified chemical tools for use in Food Processing Industries.
NSF REGISTERED PRODUCTS:
NSF International launched its voluntary Nonfood Compounds Registration Program in 1999 to re-introduce the previous authorization program administered by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). Products eligible for NSF Registration include all compounds used in and around food establishments (nonfood compounds), such as cleaners and lubricants. NSF Registration assures inspection officials and end users that these products meet appropriate food safety regulations. NSF Regulation is based on the NSF Registration Guidelines (formerly USDA Guidelines for Obtaining Authorization of Compounds to be Used in Meat and Poultry Plants).
KIMBALL MIDWEST CERTIFIED PRODUCTS:
Products authorized under the previous USDA authorization program have been re-certified by Kimball Midwest to meet those USDA requirements for use in Federally Inspected Food Processing facilities. Kimball Midwest certification assures inspection officials and end users that these products meet appropriate food safety regulations. These products meet the former "USDA Guidelines for Obtaining Authorization of Compounds to be Used in Meat and Poultry Plants."
Certification and\or NSF Registrations letters are available for many chemical products.
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