The NAMA Machine Certification Program enables vending machine manufacturers to build equipment that conforms with the public health requirements set forth by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
Public health, agriculture and military agencies widely accept the NAMA Machine Certificate as recognition that the machines meet all food, beverage and water public health standards.
With the NAMA Machine Certificate, operators are assured that a certified public health official has evaluated, tested and verified that the machines they purchase comply with pubic health standards.
Manufacturers who participate in the program demonstrate their commitment and capability to building machines that meet criteria established by the FDA and in compliance with the NAMA Standard for the Sanitary Design and Construction of Food and Beverage Machines.
Click here to learn more about this important program, or contact NAMA at 312-346-0370 and ask to speak with the Machine Certification Program coordinator.