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NSF management changes

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

NSF announces in its February electronic newsletter three new appointments to its dietary supplement programs. Kristen Holt is now senior VP of NSF's Dietary Supplement Programs, where she is responsible for the "strategic direction and success of NSF's Food Safety and Dietary Supplement Programs," the firm says. Ed Wyszumiala will serve as account manager for the dietary supplement programs, where he will "head NSF's dietary supplements strategic sales initiatives," according to the newsletter. Sarah Ostrosky is the Certification Project Manager for the NSF Dietary Supplement and Functional Food Programs. Ostrosky will "facilitate GMP registration and certification projects," the company says...

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