The food safety industry has focused heavily on sanitation through the growth of the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) certifications and more recently the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA). These efforts have intensified over the past 10+ years, resulting in the mandatory development of much more formalized programs, including programs for sanitation. Even with this increased emphasis and more stringent sanitation requirements, food outbreaks continue.
Could the use of improper sanitizers be linked to foodborne illness outbreaks? Read KTL’s recent article, Food Sanitizer Efficacy and Validation Overview, as published in Food Safety Magazine.