BioSafe Systems adds to Food Safety and QA/QC Teams

BioSafe announces the strategic hires of Destinee Anderson as Quality Assurance and Quality Control Manager and Justin Nguyen as Food Safety Sales Representative. Both will be covering all BioSafe segments with a strong focus on Post-Harvest/Food Safety and Meat & Poultry industries.

Justin Nguyen will be based out of Massachusetts and work closely with BioSafe Systems’ customers and team members to provide on-site assessment and improvement to food safety quality and process enhancement programs. Justin received his undergraduate degree in Chemical Engineering and Food Technology and earned his Masters of Science degree from Sacred Heart University. He holds several professional certifications including HACCP, SQF Systems Implementation, BRC Systems Implementation, and USDA/FDA Labeling. Justin has worked as the Director of Quality Assurance for many food and seafood processing companies and most recently as an outside Food Safety Consultant for SGS North America.

Destinee Anderson will work from BioSafe’s Connecticut headquarters within the Operations team as QA/QC Manager. Destinee has been working in the food industry for the past 15 years and has strong experience within varied food safety settings including dairy, juice, and USDA meat establishments. She holds a Master’s of Food Science from Kansas State University and most recently worked as QA Manager for a food microbiology lab.

“I have always been interested in the science behind producing food and heavily concerned with all aspects of food safety for consumers. I am excited to open a new chapter of my career with BioSafe Systems,” Destinee says.

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