E-Handbook: Sanitation's Role in Food Safety
Both cleaning and sanitation are integral parts of a food safety program. In this Food Processing E-Handbook, we take a deeper dive by delivering you white papers on several topics germane to the topic.
The words cleaning and sanitation are sometimes used interchangeably, but strictly speaking, cleaning means removing dirt, debris, residue and everything else that isn’t supposed to be on a surface; sanitation involves ridding the cleaned surface of microorganisms, usually with biocides like bleach.
No matter how you break them down, both are integral parts of a food safety program.
In this Food Processing E-Handbook, we take a deeper dive by delivering you white papers on topics such as:
- The impact of your facility's infrastructure
- FSMA and sanitary design principles
- The hidden costs of plant sanitation
- Safe ways to keep water hot