Nelson-Jameson's Director of Regulatory Affairs, Wendy Johnson, and VP of Corporate Responsibility and Development, Mat Bartkowiak have co-authored a feature in the well-recognized Food Quality & Safety magazine. This article explores the practical strategies and considerations necessary for fostering a robust food safety culture within organizations, from continuous training and feedback mechanisms to aligning objectives and celebrating achievements. By engaging employees at all levels and reinforcing the importance of food safety, organizations can cultivate a culture where everyone is committed to safeguarding the health and well-being of consumers.
Monthly Archives: February 2024
The site update is based on extensive customer research and user experience best practices
MARSHFIELD, WI – Feb 13, 2024 – Nelson-Jameson, a leading food processing distributor with roots in dairy production supplies, has launched a revamped website to enhance its ecommerce experience. The design, features, and interface were developed with extensive customer input and thorough research on user needs, with the goal of facilitating a streamlined end-to-end product distribution process. The launch is part of a larger brand refresh which includes an updated style
- Feb 07 2024
Autumn is famous for many reasons: cooler weather, crisp and refreshing air, and nature displays a world of wonder right before us. The warm shades of copper orange and mustard seed yellow meet with poppy red hues to create an inviting atmosphere that is hard to resist. It is a stunning sight that is visually pleasing to so many admirers.
As we celebrate transitioning from summer to autumn, it is also time for the annual Maple Fall Festival to tap into the fall season. With a weekend-long event in the middle of Wildwood Park and Zoo, the annual festival is Marshfield's most prominent event. With small-town charm, Fall Fest brings in over 10,000 visitors and more from all over Wisconsin and grows bigger every year. Between 150 craft and art vendors, food trucks, pancake breakfast, and maple-infused candies and treats, there is always something for everyone to keep crowds happy and entertained.
Nelson-Jameson had the honor of being the 2023 Platinum Sponsor. The Nelson-Jameson
- Feb 07 2024
In 1981, the National Farm Medicine Center (NFMC) was established as a proactive response to farming patients seeking medical care for occupational health injuries and concerns. Designated as part of the Marshfield Clinic Research Institute, NFMC has a dedicated focus on agriculture operations in rural populations. By applying high-quality research and education, health and safety can improve in the agricultural sector, one of the most hazardous occupations in the United States. Scientists' and research staff's expertise is utilized in creating practical inventions and strategies through public health, nursing, education, and communication to help prevent injuries and fatalities. National Farm Medicine Center also houses the editorial offices of the Journal of Agromedicine and is home to the National Children's Center for Rural and Agricultural Health and Safety (NCCRAHS).
- Feb 07 2024
The University Foundation not only helps traditional and non-traditional students achieve continuing education opportunities, but it also supports further activities and programs for students and community members to discover their passions and reach their full potential.
The University Foundation was established soon after the then-named UW-Marshfield / Wood County campus opened its doors in 1960. The enlightened curiosity to always keep learning set Earl Nelson, co-founder of Nelson-Jameson, Inc., on a dedicated quest to help establish a place for individuals to achieve greatness within themselves. Knowing humans have the ability to create great things and do good things for humankind, Earl was a key driver in the development of the University of Wisconsin campus. The University Foundation generates private contributions to further support teaching and learning at the Marshfield campus.
Earl recognized the significant impact the UW Campus would have on Marshfield’s
- Feb 06 2024Categories: Blog
Take a Website Tour
Exciting News! We've given our digital experience a fresh look and a whole new feel! Welcome to the redesigned and reimagined nelson-jameson.com, where your experience is our top priority! Watch the video for an overview of the new website.
Simplified Navigation: Find your way around effortlessly with a thoughtfully organized navigation system.
Intuitive Search: Our improved search functionality ensures you locate products and information in no time.
Mobile Responsiveness: Enjoy a seamless experience across all devices, whether you're on a computer, tablet, or smartphone.
The Twin Falls, Idaho operations will be relocated to the Jerome location
MARSHFIELD, WI – February 6, 2024 – Nelson-Jameson, a leading food processing distributor with roots in dairy production supplies, announced that its current distribution operation in Twin Falls, Idaho, is re-locating to its new strategic distribution center in Jerome. The company broke ground on the Jerome location in September 2022, as part of a strategic plan to open its most technologically advanced facility yet. Jerome is one of five Nelson-Jameson distribution centers in the U.S. to support its core operation of offering a broad range of food processing products and services that help companies uphold the highest standards of safety and compliance.
“Nelson-Jameson’s commitment to the growth of the food processing industry in the Pacific Northwest is exemplified by our company's expansion in Idah