Winners of the 2010 awards will be announced April 14 at the Food Safety Summit in Washington, D.C.

2010 Food Safety Leadership Awards Nominations Sought

NSF International's program to honor leadership in foodservice food safety is now in its seventh year, with nominations due by Jan. 29 and winners to be announced April 14 at the Food Safety Summit in Washington, D.C.

A prestigious awards program for foodservice food safety leaders, NSF International’s Food Safety Leadership Awards Program, is entering its seventh year, with the organization issuing its first call yesterday for nominations for the 2010 awards. Winners will be recognized in eight categories: education, training, equipment design, packaging innovation, product development, research advances, system improvement, and technology breakthroughs on April 14 at the Food Safety Summit in Washington, D.C.

Professionals from organizations including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the International Food Safety Council, Wal-Mart Stores Inc., and the National Food Safety & Toxicology Center at Michigan State University volunteer to serve on a committee to select the winners. Nominations are evaluated based on creativity, innovation, design, contribution to the advancement of food safety, and overall quality of contributions.

Nomination information is available here or by calling 800-NSF-MARK, ext. 5627, or 734-827-5627. Nominations may be submitted online or mailed to Cristin Colling, Marketing Manager, NSF International, 789 N. Dixboro Road, Ann Arbor, MI 48105.

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