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Sanitation Tech Tip: Is Your Sanitation Program in Need of a Tune Up?

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In the past few yearsfood manufacturers and regulators have become more and more vigilant for environmental pathogens with issues triggering swab-a-thons and, in the worst-case scenario, product recalls. A robust sanitation system can help protect your plant and your consumers.

Sanitation Tech Tip: What We Can Learn from Food & Beverage Plants

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As we face the current COVID-19 pandemic, we are being told to wash our hands, limit contact with others, sneeze into our arms, and stay home if we feel ill. In other words, live like we work in a food plant. Food and beverage companies across the country have been implementing these hygienic precautions for decades, but there may still be room for improvement.

Sanitation Tech Tip: Antimicrobial Lighting

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Upgrade your current lighting fixtures with the state-of-the-art antimicrobrobrial lighting technology from CBT partner Hubbell. This innovative equipment drastically reduces the risk of product contamination and can easily retrofit over your current ballasts.

Sanitation Tech Tip: IP vs NEMA Ratings

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IP and NEMA ratings can be confusing when you don't know the differences between the two. CBT Sanitation Expert, Larry Hecker, breaks down what you need to know.

Sanitation Tech Tip: The Magical Food Plant

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CBT Sanitation Specialist Larry Hecker is back again for another installment of our Sanitation Tech Tips! You don't have the time or money to risk contaminating your product with tarnished or broken equipment. Larry gives you the information you need to know on how to protect your plant and your consumers.

Sanitation Tech Tip: The Top 10 Misconceptions of Hygienic Design

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The main goal as a food producer is to keep food and consumers safe. When a food recall is issued, processors in the supply chain hold their breath and hope they are not the next to join the growing list of product recalls. Hygienic design and redesign of equipment is a critical piece to protect the food being produced. When we talk about hygienic design there are misconceptions that arise over and over.