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Building an Effective Sanitization Procedure

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White paper: Building an Effective Sanitization Procedure
White paper: Building an Effective Sanitization Procedure


Food is central to an individual’s long-term health and overall well-being. To ensure the quality of food available to the everyday consumer and prevent foodborne illnesses, authoritative agencies such as the Food and Drug Administration and the U.S. Department of Agriculture have outlined sanitization requirements that each facility must adhere to, or risk being fined.

This white paper outlines the steps to build an effective and comprehensive sanitization procedure for your facility – from identifying hazards, cleaning methods available and selecting supplemental wash-down equipment.

 

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