Category Archives: Meat and Poultry

10 Steps for Fewer Food Plant Sanitation Issues

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Supply Sanitation is tracking trigger points where potential plant sanitation issues can occur.  Listed below are some insights that you may want to implement in your plant sanitation program. Last week during a pre-op inspection a plant was cited for … Continue reading

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Be on the Look Out in your Food Plant Sanitation…

Be on the lookout, in your food plant sanitation. Supply Sanitation Systems is alerting you about increased inspection of secondary labeling for chemical containers and in particular sanitizers. We are encountering audits of all types where this has become a … Continue reading

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Two words. Positive. Negative.

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Question: Do you really know if your facility is Positive or Negative for Biofilm? Answer:  I know you’re thinking of course it is Negative, my counts are good. We decided to prove our suspicion that Biofilm is present and is … Continue reading

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What’s the Most Misused Word?

What is the most misused word in the world of FOOD Plant Sanitation? The most misused word will surprise you. It’s biofilm. Biofilm is a misguided, misused, maligned word whose meaning has gone fallow. What do I mean?   In the … Continue reading

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Don’t get caught speeding in your plant FOOD ZONE!

Information regarding the layout of your facility by hygienic zones and the division of specific areas into more specific sampling zones – 1, 2, 3, 4 is important and helps with identifying the source of the TROUBLE.   At SSS we … Continue reading

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