NSF in the News

NSF International’s expertise on public health and environmental issues is regularly sought by international, national, regional and local media outlets. The following are recent excerpts from stories referencing NSF and its experts. If available, we have added web links to full articles. Please note that links may expire, and some media outlets require registration.

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  • How to properly wash fruits and vegetables

      • 2 weeks ago

    WDIV-TV

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  • Video: How to clean tomatoes, peaches

      • 2 weeks ago

    WDIV-TV

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  • Video: How to clean spinach

      • 2 weeks ago

    WDIV-TV

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  • Video: How to wash an avocado, banana

      • 2 weeks ago

    WDIV-TV

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  • What ISO 21469 Lubricant Standard Means for Food Safety

      • 2 weeks ago

    Food Manufacturing

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  • 3 Ways to Make Sure Your Water’s Safe

      • 2 weeks ago

    ABC News

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  • An Edge with NSF Certification

      • 2 weeks ago

    Mise en Place (Evolution of Commercial Kitchen & Its Equipment)

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  • NSF Offers Parts Certification Talk, Lab Tour at NACE

      • 3 weeks ago

    Fender Bender

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  • NSF/ANSI 358-1: More stringent requirements for geothermal piping

      • 3 weeks ago

    Plumbing Engineer

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  • U.S. Organic Industry Praises U.S.-Korea Partnership in Organic Trade

      • 4 weeks ago

    USDA

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  • Is Your Water Safe to Drink?

      • 4 weeks ago

    Time

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  • Study: Americans Don't Know When to Throw Away Food

      • 1 month ago

    Yahoo! Health

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  • Avoid a Bad (Food) Date With These Tips

      • 1 month ago

    Everyday Health

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  • Waterworld TV Videos, Dave Purkiss, NSF International

      • 1 month ago

    Water World

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  • Confusion about food labels leads to waste, possible illnesses

      • 1 month ago

    CBS News

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