Food Safety Net Services Growth, Revenue, Number of Employees and Funding
Estimated Revenue & Financials
- Food Safety Net Services's estimated revenue is currently $46.5M per year.
- Food Safety Net Services's estimated revenue per employee is $144860
- Food Safety Net Services has 321 Employees.
- Food Safety Net Services grew their employee count by 5% last year.
- Food Safety Net Services currently has 60 job openings.
|Denise Sikes||VP Human Resources|
|Scott Edwardsen||Vice President of Information Technology|
|Lori Ernst||SVP of Auditing Services|
|Victoria Frazier||Vice President of Sales & Marketing|
|Randal Garrett||SVP Operations|
|Amy Sorgnit||Director Of Quality & Training|
|Edward Miller||Director of Human Resources|
|Jeff Carpenter||SVP Strategic Alliances|
|Timothy Santy||VP Operations|
|Gennadiy Liberzon||VP Finance & Accounting|
What Is Food Safety Net Services?
Food Safety Net Services is a coast to coast network of ISO-accredited laboratories that provide food safety and quality programs for multiple industry clients including meat, produce, nutraceutical, egg, confection and dairy. By providing microbiological and chemical testing as well as cutting edge industry research, consulting, and education, FSNS is considered to be the industry leader. With laboratory facilities in San Antonio, Amarillo, Atlanta, Boise, Columbus, Dallas, Fresno, Green Bay, Los Angeles, Phoenix, the company continues its tremendous growth pattern! FSNS also employs a highly technical staff including top research scientists who specialize in the food, produce and pharmaceutical industries. Food Safety Net Services rapid growth can be attributed to its focus on unsurpassed customer service since its inception in 1994. Every employee is committed to providing superior service and excellent quality to each FSNS customers.keywords:N/A
Number of Employees
Employee Growth %
|Name||Revenue||Number of Employees||Employee Growth||Total Funding|
|Family Tree DNA||$5.7M||40||18%|
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