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Clean Verification: A revolutionary way to to rid produce of pathogens

With the growing concern that food contamination is on the rise, food safety has never been more critical. Fresh produce is a particularly high-risk commodity, a fact that lead the pioneering Clean Works company to develop a revolutionary process to clean fresh fruit and vegetables more effectively.

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Produce growers get new ammunition in the battle against outbreaks

In 2015, after a listeria outbreak killed seven people, fruit farmer Paul Moyer decided to explore new research methods to better clean fresh produce.

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Clēan Works Wins Award for Food Safety From International Association for Food Protection

Clēan Works has won a prestigious award for food safety from an international organization representing more than 70 countries. The International Association for Food Protection, with over 4,300 members involved in food safety, has announced that Clēan Works is this year's winner of its Food Safety Innovation Award which goes to 'an organization for creating a new idea, practice, or product that has had a positive impact on food safety.'

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Clēan Works Promotes Waterless Cleaning Method for Fresh Produce

CANADIAN company is pushing its waterless fresh produce washing system into the global sphere. Clean Works, based in Beamsville, Ontario has invented a process to clean fresh produce without using water. Using ultraviolet light and vaporised hydrogen peroxide, the company claims the 30 second process kills 99 per cent of pathogens which create health risks.

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Clēan Works Announces New Way to Clean Food Products Without Using Water

BEAMSVILLE, ON, March 21, 2019 /CNW/ - Clēan Works is a company in the Niagara Region of Southern Ontario that has developed a new innovative technology that cleans food without using water. The revolutionary process represents a paradigm shift in the way food products are cleaned.

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Food recalls explained: Why it seems like food contamination is on the rise

Experts say it’s not that food-borne contaminants have increased but that the ability to detect them has improved.

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The Avocado Recall Holds An Urgent Message

It's properly unsettling when we hear about the latest mass food recalls, but so far the voluntary avocado recall by the Henry Avocado Corporation Monday is an example of a "good" type of recall: the bug listeria monocytogenes was caught through a routine government inspection, and as yet there are no reported deaths or illnesses.

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