The importance of food safety
What is food safety ?
Food safety is a situation that guarantees a population’s access to food at all times, both in terms of quality and quantity. It must be sufficient to ensure a healthy and active life, taking into account eating habits.
Food safety is based on 4 main pillars:
- Availability: demography, cultivable areas, domestic production, productivity, import capacity, storage capacity, food aid, …
- Access: purchasing power, price fluctuations, available infrastructure, …
- Stability: infrastructure, climate, political, …
- Health and quality: processing, transport, hygiene, access to water, …
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How to control the hygiene of your facilities?
Food safety is an essential requirement at every stage of the production chain. It is essential to implement strategies to confirm whether contaminations are related to biofilms as their presence in industries can have serious consequences on the quality and safety of the final product. A production stoppage is dramatic for any industry and non-conformities can lead to astronomical costs.
It has been proven that conventional cleaning and disinfection methods are not able to eliminate biofilm. Numerous scientific studies have shown that enzymes are the best solution to degrade them*.
To deal with these losses of control, there are various effective tools:
Only total control can guarantee conform and sustainable hygiene.