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NSF and METTLER TOLEDO to present “Retail X-Ray Audit Requirements Are Changing: Ensure Your Technology Meets Compliance Expectations”

By Mettler Toledo   


With the implementation of mandatory X-Ray testing of finished food products for retail suppliers, significant attention is being placed on the technology and ensuring that it is compliant with the new standards. This live webinar series, beginning on May 10, will discuss the changing retail X-Ray audit requirements and will help ensure you can continue to meet compliance expectations – straight from the experts.

The webinar series has three sessions:

Developing a Robust X-Ray Inspection Program
May 10, 2023 – 11 a.m. EDT

This webinar will be presented by Rob Rogers, Senior Advisor of Food Safety & Regulation, Product Inspection Division, at Mettler-Toledo. Rogers explains the importance of X-ray technology, “Foreign material hazards continue to find their way into the products we consume and remain one of the top reasons for product recalls. Prevention of hazards that lead to recalls is a top priority in most food-safety programs for both regulatory and direct customer programs. Regulators may be less prescriptive in their requirements, but we often see specific requirements built into retailer or direct customer standards.”

In this session, we will look at X-ray inspection to gain a better understanding of the technology, including safety advancements and capabilities beyond contamination detection in order to make the most of this technology.

Audit Readiness: Preparing for Requirement Changes
May 17, 2023 – 11 a.m. EDT

Is your organization facing changes in regulatory or retailer requirements? Are you concerned about how these changes will impact your upcoming audits?

This session is the perfect resource for you. During this webinar, you’ll discover how to assess your organization’s current audit readiness and identify areas for improvement. Karen Leacock, Sr. Food Safety Specialist in Consulting & Technical Services at NSF, will examine the specific requirements, exemptions and review key non-conformances that arise most often during a food-safety and supplier audit. Join us to learn how to stay ahead of changing audit requirements and ensure your organization is audit-ready at all times.

Live X-Ray Demo
May 24, 2023 – 11 a.m. EDT

Join this webinar session, hosted by Rob Rogers, to learn more about how X-ray inspection can help you and ask any questions you may have about the technology. METTLER TOLEDO will complete a live demonstration of their X-ray systems and cover many of the more challenging contaminants that are now detectable through modern technology.

A recording of each session will also be available on-demand on the METTLER TOLEDO website for those who are unable to join the live event.

Click here to register for the webinar:


NSF is an independent, global-services organization dedicated to improving human and planet health by facilitating standards development and providing world-class testing, inspection, certification, advisory services, and digital solutions to the food, water, health-sciences, and consumer-goods industries. NSF provides expertise and accredited food services across all supply-chain sectors, including agriculture, animal feed and welfare, produce, processing, distribution, dairy, seafood, quality-management software, retail and restaurants. Services include Global Food Safety Initiative, food-service equipment and nonfood compounds certification, HACCP validation and inspection, label claims verification and certification, DNA and food-package testing, product and process development, food-fraud consulting and training, and organic and Certified Transitional certification through Quality Assurance International (QAI).

METTLER TOLEDO is a global manufacturer of precision instruments and a service provider. The company ranks highly in a number of market segments. METTLER TOLEDO is a large provider of weighing systems and analysis instruments for use in laboratories and in-line measurement within demanding industrial and food-production processes. The Product Inspection division of METTLER TOLEDO designs automated inspection technology. The division includes metal detection systems manufactured by METTLER TOLEDO Safeline Limited, alongside Safeline X-ray Inspection, Garvens and Hi-Speed Checkweighing, CI-Vision and PCE Track & Trace brands. The product-inspection solutions help to improve manufacturers’ process efficiency and compliance with industry standards and regulations. METTLER TOLEDO systems help to ensure consistently higher product quality, thereby working to protect both consumers as well as the reputation of manufacturers and their products and brands.


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