No matter how any production facility may look apparently clean on the outside appearance, it could never be an assurance that it is safe from pathogens and chemical contaminants. In the manufacturing industry, it is a must that cleaning is done on a regular basis. Cleaning protocols implemented by the management of the facility depends on the equipment, nature of products, and materials used. But, regardless of the specifications and methods of cleaning employed, the primary objective of cleaning is to ensure that the quality and safety of products are being maintained even during the production process. If insufficient cleaning and sanitation are employed, pathogens and allergens lurking in the environment, especially on unclean food contact surfaces, may compromise food safety.