The dairy industry is well represented in the Netherlands. From production for Dutch supermarkets to the export of milk powder to Asia. Hygiene plays an important role in this market. Legally, these risks are controlled as much as possible by HACCP analyses, hygiene codes and/or overarching quality certificates.View our products
In every sector of the food industry, personal hygiene is an important component. After all, human error can occur among the staff. Within the dairy industry you will find various bacteria and micro-organisms. Examples are E. Coli, Salmonella, Listeria, Moulds and Phages.
In addition, dairy is an animal product and therefore a carrier of bacteria. It also makes dairy very susceptible to bacteria from the environment, which means that personal hygiene plays an important role in the process. However, hygiene protocols and hygiene locks are realistic solutions that actively contribute to the personal hygiene of employees.
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The dairy industry works with natural products. Proper and careful disinfection is essential to keep surfaces free of bacteria and micro-organisms. Daily cleaning and disinfection is an integral part of the hygiene process. But how do you organise the process as safely and efficiently as possible? How do you ensure that there is no bacterial growth within the mixers, silos and boilers?
With over 40 years of experience, Elpress has built up the necessary experience in the dairy industry. For every project, large or small, we increase our experience and share it to answer new hygiene issues.
Are you preparing to obtain a quality system such as BRC, IFS or ISO 22000? Most international quality systems have additional hygiene requirements compared to the standard HACCP risk analysis. Would you like advice on selecting the right hygiene equipment to prepare for a quality system? Then download the handy white paper!Whitepaper Personal hygiene