Fino Ristorante Italiano (http://www.finonewyork.com), one of NYC’s finest restaurant’s and a landmark on Wall Street has achieved the prestigious FSM 22000 certification for its food safety practices, exceptional quality and outstanding service. FSM 22000 certification is the most robust food safety management standard in the United States designed to help restaurants maintain and improve their food management system by providing a framework to effectively manage a restaurant’s food safety responsibilities.
Daryl Guberman, CEO of G-PMC Registrars, LLC said Fino’s received a 5-Star rating from food safety auditors that visited the establishment multiple times over a 12 month period. FSM auditors are certified by the New York City Department of Health & Hygiene, and must pass strict requirements set forth by the National Food Safety Council and the American Board of Accredited Certifications (ABAC™). According to Guberman, FSM 22000 is the only food safety and quality certification program for restaurants with auditors certified by the city and overseen by a third party advisory board at http://aboac.org/board-of-advisors/
“From the moment you walk in the door of the warm and elegant Fino Ristorante, you’ll know right away you are among the best Italian restaurants in the financial district and a landmark on Wall street,” said Guberman. He added, “The restaurant specializes in northern and southern Italian food, including the traditional Italian classics, and is able to accommodate private functions from 10 people to 200 people.” Guberman said Fino’s is one of the first three establishments in New York city to achieve FSM 22000 certification, and the first Italian restaurant in the city to earn 5-Stars for its fresh ingredients, warm ambiance and excellent service.
Earlier this month Dr. Ray Mullin, an Honorary Advisor of ABAC™ and Donald LaBelle, the founder and President of FSM 22000 accompanied Guberman to congratulate Fino’s President Pietro Vuli on the achievement of FSM 22000 certification. “Mr. Vuli and assistant manager Antonio operate one of the finest Italian restaurants in the city with special attention given to every detail,” said Ray Mullin, Ph.D.
FSM 22000 is a food/quality/safety certification that requires the restaurant to meet the statutory and regulatory requirements. It is the only food safety management system program that consists of local, state, and national oversight set forth by both governmental and private entities. Being FSM 22000 certified ensures patrons that the establishment follows the very highest standards of food safety in the country with complete confidence. FSM 22000 consultants are required to provide fundamental solutions that will improve food safety and service.
Restaurants interested in FSM 22000 food safety certification can submit an application at http://fsm22000.com/apply.html