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Thu, 21 Jun 2012 12:17:00 EST EMSL is pleased to announce the release of a new Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) poster available for distribution on the company's website: www.EMSL.com. This is the first in a series of food safety posters that will be released in the coming months.
The poster is free and presents helpful information about the implementation of FSMA and food safety in general. This great resource details the new safety and inspection protocols being put into place by the FDA for both domestic and imported food products, as well as the response the new law has received from the food production industry.
The poster is intended to educate food production and food service workers about the new law and what will now be expected of them by the FDA.
'With FSMA going into effect this summer, the food industry will have to follow much stricter federal guidelines,' states Joseph Frasca, EMSL's Senior VP of Marketing. 'This poster is a handy informational resource for those in the food industry and will help them keep track of the new legislation's details.'
For more information about obtaining a free poster from EMSL, visit www.EMSL.com, call 800-220-3675 or e-mail info@EMSL.com .
About EMSL Analytical, Inc.
EMSL Analytical, Inc. is a full service testing company providing quality lab services under the same private ownership since 1981. Including the corporate lab facility in Cinnaminson, NJ, EMSL Analytical operates over thirty laboratories nationwide in the US and Canada. We provide analytical services for environmental, indoor air quality (IAQ), industrial hygiene, forensics and materials science, consumer products, food safety, PCR, pharmaceutical, asbestos, lead, and radiological samples. The company has an extensive list of accreditations from leading organizations, as well as state and federal regulating bodies.
EMSL is pleased to announce the release of a new Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) poster available for distribution on the company's website: www.EMSL.com. This is the first in a series of food safety posters that will be released in the coming months.