In his new role, Trosin leads NSF‘s team of professionals providing certification and risk management solutions to international clients, retailers, and professional sporting organizations.
“We‘re thrilled to promote David to General Manager of these important programs. He has been a valuable member of our dietary supplement program’s success for more than a decade. His transition has been seamless, and we look forward to continuing to grow of this area of our mission under his leadership,” said NSF International Executive Vice President and Chief Technical Officer Lori Bestervelt.
Trosin joined NSF International in 2008 as business development manager for the organization’s dietary supplements program, rising to his most recent role as Global Director of Business Development in 2017. As director, he led a team of experts in assisting large retailers, suppliers, and international brands in achieving the most appropriate facility registrations and product certifications for their facilities, suppliers, and products.
NSF International’s team of auditors, scientists and specialists manage dietary supplement Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) facility inspections and test and certify products to the only American National Standard for Dietary Supplements – NSF/ANSI 173. This includes hundreds of products certified to the NSF Certified for Sport program, which include additional lot-by-lot testing for nearly 200 athletic banned substances.
In the field of beverage quality, NSF International’s global network of experts, trainers, auditors, and support teams help improve global food safety and quality, as well as assist manufacturers in achieving and maintaining regulatory compliance.
NSF International’s pharmaceutical packaging training program encompasses key aspects of the packaging process and associated GMP and Pharmaceutical Quality Systems consultation.