New Way To Clean Produce Without Water
“Our process, with our strict operating procedures, gets rid of almost all contaminants, bacteria and pathogens on food,” says Paul Moyer, co-owner of Clēan Works that’s based in the Niagara Region of Southern Ontario.
“It reduces health risks by making fruits and vegetables safer to consume, increases their shelf life, and saves significantly on water.”
Clēan Works launched its product on the eve of World Water Day which fell on March 22, a day coordinated by UN-Water – the United Nations inter-agency for all freshwater-related issues.
“This aligns perfectly with what we are doing at Clēan Works,” says Mark VanderVeen, President of Clēan Works. “Our waterless process helps clean fruits and vegetables to much higher levels of sanitation than traditional systems. It’s all about making the world a better place.
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