Unformatted text preview: method have led to N-halamine-modifed cleansers. Halogen based chemical sanitizers are frequently used during everyday sanitation. These recent developments in technology offer assurance to improving sanitation of food processing surfaces. Unfortunately, challenges continue to remain in making these approaches marketable realistic solutions. In the end, it is the responsible use of antimicrobial used in conjunction with proper cleaning that will work in reducing contamination. This article can be related to the course because it deals with the importance of sanitation and the necessary precautions to avoid cross-contamination. These are all issues discussed in both the textbook and in class. Personally, I found this article interesting because I was unaware of the growing advances in sanitation techniques and the side effects that just one cross-contamination can have on a company....
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- Spring '11
- Food processing, Julie M. Goddard, Food Technology journal, available antimicrobial products