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ANSI's Vice President of Accreditation Services Presents at Global Food Safety Initiative Conference


ANSI accreditation provides assurance that standards, goods, and services meet essential requirements throughout the global supply chain

About ANSI Accreditation for Food Safety

Through its product certification accreditation programs, ANSI accredits certification bodies that operate a number of certification schemes dedicated to food safety are in accordance with ISO/IEC 17065, General requirements for bodies operating product certification systems. (Read more)

Laws in California, Illinois, Arizona, West Virginia, Texas, and New Mexico, as well as some local jurisdictions, require food handlers within their limits to have a food-handling training certificate from an ANSI accredited certificate program, demonstrating compliance with ASTM E2659, Standard Practice for Certificate Programs, an American National Standard. (More here)

ANSI implemented the ANSI-Conference for Food Protection (CFP) accreditation program in 2012. ANSI and the Conference for Food Protection entered into a cooperative agreement to accredit organizations involved in the certification of food protection managers. The program is based on the Conference for Food Protection Accreditation Standards.

Read more about ANSI Accreditation for Food Safety.


Jana Zabinski

Senior Director, Communications & Public Relations


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Beth Goodbaum

Journalist/Communications Specialist


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