BioSafe Systems launches new food safety product SaniDate15.0
May. 2, 2018
BioSafe Systems completed a Fruit and Vegetable Processing Water Study on SaniDate15.0, which proves it to be effective against foodborne pathogens. Click to enlarge.
Most importantly, BioSafe Systems recently completed a Fruit and Vegetable Processing Water Study on SaniDate15.0, which proves it to be effective against foodborne pathogens (e.g., E. coli O157:H7, Listeria, Salmonella) at a minimum of 40 parts per million of PAA in the water solution (Regulated by U.S. EPA). This testing is very important to have completed, as it allows for the inclusion of these foodborne, illness-causing pathogens on the SaniDate15.0 label. This testing is a step not taken by many other suppliers of food safety products and therefore not included on those labels.
Aside from the new foodborne illness wording on the label, there are many other quantifiable benefits realized by using new SaniDate15.0 in processing and packing waters. All that is needed is SaniDate15.0 measured out and dosed into the water solution, and test strips or titration kit to check PAA levels throughout packing. No buffer acids, no pH dependence, no corrosion, no temperature dependence, and no gassing off.
On top of that growers, packers, and shippers will realize greater shelf life immediately by switching to SaniDate15.0. The active ingredient in SaniDate15.0 is effective at killing spoilage organisms such as molds, mildews, yeasts, bacteria, and fungi. With FSMA mandating the sanitation of all agricultural waters, it is important to become compliant with a product offering multiple benefits for your operation.
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