Good sanitation practices is almost synonymous with safe food, but how can you ensure your consumers that your food is safe? How clean is clean? General sanitation with the use of disinfectants and cleaners is not enough. It should also require the utilization of technologically-advanced sanitation systems and test kits for verification of cleanliness and good practices of manufacturers and food handlers.
A comprehensive hygiene and sanitation program leaves nothing to chance. We could help you in ensuring that your cleaning program is efficient and effective through advanced technologies such as ATP detection system and protein residue test kits. To learn more about these, check our AccuPoint® Advanced Next Generation (NG) ATP System, Lumitester™ Smart ATP Hygiene Monitoring System, AccuClean® Advanced Protein Testing Swabs, and CleanDo® Protein Residue Swabbing Kit below.
Proper hygiene and sanitation is one of the control measures necessary to ensure the safety of food from production to consumption. Food producers are now utilizing technologically-advanced ATP monitoring systems in their hygiene and sanitation control program as it can verify if their cleaning and disinfection are effective or not. Adenosine triphosphate, commonly known as ATP, is the energy currency utilized by various forms of life and is a good indicator of the presence of microogranisms and organic matter.
Another measure to determine good sanitation practices is the detection of protein residue. As proteins perform important functions for bacteria, detection of these residues indicate inadequate sanitation practices and the presence of a potential nutrient source for microorganisms.