Avoiding food and beverage contamination involves more than sanitation and temperature control. Stringent government regulations mandate that food, beverage and pharmaceutical manufacturers keep foreign material out of ingredients to ensure safety for consumers. In the recent past, the USDA recalled over 15.5 million pounds of food in one year because of foreign-material contamination.

These recalls cost an average of $10 million to cover communications, retrieving and handling recalled product, investigating the event and corrective actions to prevent recurrence.

Additionally, instant access to social media creates an opportunity for a brand’s image to be ruined very quickly. Recalls can also damage the reputation of the manufacturers that produce the processing equipment and components.

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The Key to Avoiding Food and Beverage Contamination

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