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NSF International Recognizes Products from TRIAD

St Louis, MO – July 13, 2010 – Making a successful and major stride in providing equipment and fixtures for our restaurant industry customers and future customers, NSF International certifies that TRIAD can manufacture equipment custom built in compliance with NSF/ANSI Standard 2 – Food Equipment in their St Louis, MO manufacturing facility.

As an NSF Listed Company, TRIAD is responsible for compliance with all NSF requirements for Certification services.

About NSF International

NSF International, an independent, not-for-profit organization, certifies products and writes standards for food, water and consumer goods to minimize adverse health effects and protect the environment (www.nsf.org). Founded in 1944, NSF is committed to protecting human health and safety worldwide and operates in more than 120 countries. NSF is a World Health Organization Collaborating Centre for Food and Water Safety and Indoor Environment.

Services include education and training, safety audits for the food and water industries, dietary and nutritional supplement certification, management systems registrations (e.g. ISO 14001) delivered through NSF International Strategic Registrations and organic certification provided by QAI (Quality Assurance International).

TRIAD Manufacturing, Inc was founded in 1991 to provide customers superior solutions to retail fixturing and store environments. TRIAD currently serves the industry in providing top-of-the-line custom fixtures and fixture packages accompanied by customer service, project management, design services, prototyping, logistics and planning, site surveys, installation, and inventory management.

If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Tiffany Bentley-Halkitis at 314.381.5280 or at info@TRIADmfg.com.  Visit TRIAD on the web at www.triadmfg.com or follow their tweets at twitter.com/triadmfg.

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