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Long Hanborough, Eng UK
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Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • NSF Food, Safety & Quality's estimated annual revenue is currently $29.7M per year.(?)
  • NSF Food, Safety & Quality's estimated revenue per employee is $270,000

Employee Data

  • NSF Food, Safety & Quality has 110 Employees.(?)
  • NSF Food, Safety & Quality grew their employee count by 13% last year.
  • NSF Food, Safety & Quality currently has 1 job openings.

Through an international network of offices we deliver services and expertise to established and developing food supply operations in all regions of the world. NSF services include certification*, consulting, technical and risk mitigation services that enable companies both to comply with legislative and industry standards and gain competitive advantage in their markets. NSF is the leading international supplier of food assurance and certification services to businesses in the global food supply chain. Through its family of companies it offers a comprehensive portfolio of services that enable companies in the agriculture, processing, manufacturing, retail, catering and leisure industries to comply with legislative requirements and meet or exceed consumer demands for food safety. NSF services provide consumers with the confidence that what they eat and drink meets or exceeds globally accepted standards of health, safety and provenance. About Our Parent Company NSF International, the public health and safety company, is committed to protecting and improving human health around the globe through the provision of assurance and certification services, training, testing and consulting services to the water, food, pharmaceutical, medical device, auto and aerospace industries. *NSF Certification UK Ltd. is operated as an independent legal entity within NSF International. The company operates all the required safeguards to ensure that no commercial, financial or other pressures are able to compromise the impartiality of its certification activities, especially with reference to advisory or consultancy work conducted by NSF International or a related company.