MFA mills certified as Safe Feed/Safe Food facilities

Written by TF Staff on .

MFA Incorporated has been certified by the Safe Feed/Safe Food Certification Program administered by the American Feed Industry Association.

Becoming Safe Feed/Safe Food-certified means facilities demonstrate and ensure continuous improvements in delivering safe, wholesome livestock feed for the growth and care of animals. This is a one-of-a-kind, voluntary program that has resulted in the certification of about 330 feed-related facilities. Certified facilities go above and beyond federal requirements to ensure the highest standards in manufacturing and processing are followed each and every day.

MFA has received certification for six facilities as a successful participant in AFIA’s program,

AFIA’s Safe Feed/Safe Food certification program is open to companies that want to validate a commitment to food safety through proactive leadership. It signifies that qualifying companies have embraced the feed industry’s role in creating feed-based safety programs; they are doing their part to reduce food safety risks; they are participating in an approved risk-management program; and they are aggressively practicing risk reduction.

Pictured with certificates for their respective mills are (back row from left) Dennis Buckmaster, plant manager, Aurora feed mill; Gary Cornelison, plant manager, Mexico feed mill; Gary Thompson, plant manager, St. Joseph feed mill.(front row from left) Mark Johnson, plant manager, Kirksville feed mill; Eric Sharp, production supervisor, Lebanon feed mill; Carl Heck, plant manager, Gerald feed mill.
 

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