Dairy Storage & Production
Observations on the Setting:
In the United States alone, there is 218,000,000,000 lbs (over 25.6 Billion Gallons) of milk produced, stored, transported and either bottled or converted to other value-added products (various cheeses, sour cream, and a host of other milk-containing packaged foods). The lines, vats, containers, tankers, processing equipment and other items must be washed and sanitized regularly. The overwhelming majority of the sanitizers used for this activity are built upon a platform of quaternary-ammonium compounds. Trace residuals of these types of sanitizer have been suspected of causing human digestive issues, hormone disruption and the formation of superbugs. This synthetic compound needs to be eliminated from our food chain.
Recommendations on Cleaning Protocols:
Instead, we recommend a protocol that focuses squarely on cleaning – breaking down the milk fats with mineral-based cleaners like Synergy Soil Break, followed by a low concentration rinse of water treated with residual-free Securitab.
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