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FPA announced the the additions of Fischer Environmental Services and BioSinsa.

| April 3, 2012

Food Protection Alliance is continuing to grow in membership since its inception in 2004. They are proud to announce the growth of their group with the additions of Fischer Environmental Services and BioSinsa.

Fischer Environmental Services is familiar and experienced in the food safety sector of pest management in the territories of Louisiana and Mississippi. The president of Fischer Environmental, Bob Kunst, is well known throughout the industry and Food Protection Alliance isexcited to have his wealth of knowledge with the Food Protection Alliance.

BioSinsa Food Protection is expanding not only its food safety pest management knowledge but their coverage capabilities allowing FPA to have a strong presence in Mexico.  BioSinsa has a vast amount of knowledge in Food Safety Pest Management through their current customer base, which are some of the largest in the industry.
Food Protection Alliance continues to be a Quality National Food Safety Pest Management provider to the industry as they grow stronger. 

To learn more about Food Protection Alliance, please visit www.fpalliance.com or call 877-372-3334.
 

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