Company News, Featured

Best Sanitizers, Inc. to Exhibit at IFT FIRST 2022

Attendees of the 2022 IFT FIRST Annual Event and Expo will learn about products from Best Sanitizers, Inc., which can be used to effectively reduce the risk of cross-contamination in a food manufacturing facility. (Nevada City, CA) Best Sanitizers, Inc. will be exhibiting at the in-person IFT FIRST (July 10-13, 2022) in Chicago, Illinois. Stop

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Company News, Featured

Best Sanitizers Joins Saraya Co., and the World Health Organization in Supporting World Hand Hygiene Day, May 5th, 2022.

Northern California-based Best Sanitizers, Inc. is joining forces with parent company Saraya Co., Ltd., and the World Health Organization to help support World Hand Hygiene Day, May 5th, 2022. This annual campaign is designed to raise global awareness to the lifesaving benefits that good hand hygiene provides. This year’s campaign recognizes that a facility’s strong

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FSMA Brewery Starter Kit
Company News, Featured, General Cleaning & Sanitation, Hot Topics

Best Sanitizers, Inc. Announces FSMA Starter Kit to Help Breweries Embrace New Sanitation Requirements.

Breweries can learn how to become FSMA compliant with quality products, training and guidance from Best Sanitizers, Inc. The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) is now requiring breweries to follow the same sanitation standards as any other food manufacturer. Under the new rule, the FDA defines alcoholic beverages as human food. For the first time,

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Company News, Hand Hygiene

Best Sanitizers, Inc. Celebrates its Annual Hand Hygiene Awareness Campaign by Offering Training, Support and Education to the Food Processing Industry

This February, Best Sanitizers, Inc. celebrates its Annual Hand Hygiene Awareness Campaign by offering hand hygiene training and guidance to the food manufacturing industry. Best Sanitizers, Inc. is celebrating its Annual Hand Hygiene Awareness Campaign this February. The CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention) estimates that each year roughly 1 in 6 Americans (or

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