Miriam Eisenberg, MS, RD, CPFS

Miriam Eisenberg, a Registered Dietitian, provides technical expertise and consultation to customers on food safety, regulatory issues and public health concerns.
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Miriam Eisenberg, MS, RD, CP-FS
Manager of Food Safety & Public Health

Miriam Eisenberg is the Manager of Food Safety & Public Health for the EcoSure division of Ecolab.  EcoSure offers third party inspection services focusing on food safety and brand standards for foodservice and hospitality industries.  This gives Eisenberg the opportunity to work with some of the largest national chains to provide technical expertise in developing food safety programs and in understanding regulatory issues and public health concerns. 

Eisenberg works as one of the cross-divisional food safety experts within Ecolab and is on the Steering Committee for Ecolab’s monthly Food Safety Matters webinars.

Previously, Eisenberg worked with the Chicago Department of Health, instructed at the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine and was a Nutrition Consultant in the northern suburbs of Chicago. In her 22-year career at EcoSure, her experience includes food safety auditing, training, operations and sales. 

Eisenberg has a Bachelor of Science in Food and Nutritional Sciences from the University of Wisconsin and a Master’s Degree in Clinical Nutrition from the University of Chicago. In addition, Eisenberg is involved with the Conference for Food Protection, National Environmental Health Association, International Association for Food Protection and National Restaurant Association’s Quality Assurance and Nutrition Executive Study Groups. Eisenberg is a Registered Dietitian and a Certified Professional in Food Safety.

EcoSure Food Safety Monitor Newsletter

Ask Miriam a question or sign up for the Food Safety Monitor, her monthly newsletter, to get up to date information on food safety, regulatory issues, and public health concerns.

Recent Food Safety Monitor Newsletters:

October 2016 issue 

September 2016 issue

August 2016 issue

July 2016 issue

June 2016 issue