The Food Safety Modernization Act and the Global Food Safety Initiative have changed the game for those in the food processing industry. With new regulatory hoops for food safety managers to jump through, sanitation is trending upward as a top concern.
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The industry has responded with new sanitation technologies that not only help meet regulatory requirements—they also allow companies to better manage and monitor their sanitation routines. As part of a well-planned and executed sanitation program, new technologies can help companies control costs, improve food safety, and reduce worker safety risk.
In the midst of this crowded space, how do you decide which advancements provide a usable benefit and have a positive return on investment? Let’s examine seven technical trends that can help a modern food facility manage often-complex sanitation programs in the face of increasing regulatory challenges.
Trends Simplifying Sanitation
1. Automatic and centralized chemical dispensing. New options for dispensing sanitation chemicals deliver more accurate and consistent chemical solutions by monitoring and controlling product concentrations and rates. These integrated chemical handling systems help ensure concentrations are within acceptable and safe limits, reducing worker and food safety risk.| | | Next → | Single Page