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 healthy is your home?

      • 6 months ago

    Family Circle

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  • The Scariest Place in a Home

      • 6 months ago

    National Association of Realtors

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  • Suppliers using NSF to build brand appeal

      • 6 months ago

    Catering Insight

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  • Certification: Building Standards for Sustainable Forests

      • 6 months ago

    Triple Pundit

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  • Handling Specialty Products

      • 6 months ago

    Food Logistics

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  • Life Lessons: Kitchen contamination

      • 6 months ago

    WFMZ-TV Allentown, Penn

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  • Craze production suspended after meth-like chemical found

      • 6 months ago

    USA Today

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  • Popular sports supplements contain meth-like compound

      • 6 months ago

    USA Today

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  • NSF International's Bruce Bartley appointed to MI-AWWA board of trustees

      • 7 months ago

    Water World

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  • Testing Trends & Takeaways

      • 7 months ago

    Nutraceuticals World

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  • Updates to the NSF/ANSI DWTU Standards

      • 7 months ago

    Water Conditioning & Purification

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  • Harmful germs lurking in your kitchen can make you sick

      • 7 months ago

    USA Today

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  • NSF International reports surge in interest in gluten free certification

      • 7 months ago

    FoodNavigator-USA.com

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  • What's lurking in your kitchen? Lots of harmful microorganisms

      • 7 months ago

    Courier Journal

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  • Service Providers Can Now Obtain Sustainability Certification

      • 7 months ago

    Corp! Magazine

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