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Compliance, Contamination, and Customer Education – Big Challenges in Food and Pharma

October 11, 2016   1:14 pm
Nilfisk Business Development Experts were recently featured on the PROCESS EXPO blog. Here’s the full article, reprinted courtesy of the Food Processing Suppliers Association. _____________________________ As the Food Processing Suppliers Association, our main focus is, of course, the food industry. But many of the equipment manufacturers that supply the food industry also supply other markets. So, we […] Read More   >

Nilfisk Introduces Floor-to-Ceiling Cleaning to Baking Industry at IBIE 2016

October 8, 2016   10:22 am
Nilfisk, Inc. is the only company in North America that provides cleaning equipment to cover the entire food facility – floor to process area to ceiling and we’re showing it all off at IBIE 2016. Stop by booth 9400 to check out our new products and learn more about floor-to-ceiling cleaning from our Nilfisk experts. And […] Read More   >

Top 10 Most Cited OSHA Standards in Food Manufacturing

July 18, 2016   9:00 pm
Come August 2, the maximum penalties for OSHA fines will go up in their first increase since 1990. The jump will not be small. To make up for 26 years of not adjusting for inflation, the agency will hike its fines by 78% this year. For Serious, Other-Than-Serious, and Posting Requirements violations, the maximum penalty […] Read More   >

NFPA Codes for Food Manufacturers [Infographic]

June 20, 2016   12:24 pm
If you’re in the food manufacturing industry, you’re at risk of a combustible dust explosion. As a companion to our popular Food Manufacturer’s Guide to Fire Prevention Through Housekeeping, we’ve put together this handy infographic outlining the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) codes you need to know. To share this infographic on your site, grab the embed […] Read More   >

How Vacuum Filtration Helps Prevent Food Contamination

June 7, 2016   3:31 pm
Listeria Bacteria
Every year, foodborne illnesses cost the economy more than $15.6 billion and send more than 53,000 Americans to the hospital. A large portion of these costs and illnesses are due to a group of usual suspects — 15 pathogens including E. coli, Salmonella, and Listeria monocytogenes. Preventing food from becoming contaminated with these and other […] Read More   >
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