Crunch Pak implements
AiroCide PPT technology
Jan 22, 2010 11:19 AM
KES Science & Technology Inc announced that Crunch Pak has now implemented the NASA-developed AiroCide PPT Food Safety air sanitation technology for its facility in Cashmere WA.
Because airborne cross-contamination poses a potential threat to food safety, the chemical-free AiroCide system, which kills airborne mold, fungi, bacteria, and viruses and removes volatile organic compounds (VOCs) such as ethylene gas, provides added protection for quality assurance programs.
Crunch Pak is committed to providing quality organic and conventional sliced apples to the market. The food safety and quality assurance program at Crunch Pak has been built to continuously control any potential hazards from farm to table. Every step is taken to ensure Crunch Pak products are safe, while maintaining consistent taste and texture.
For more information about Crunch Pak, visit the website at www.crunchpak.com or call 509-782-7753 or 509-782-2807.
AiroCide technology is not a filtration system. The patented technology, integrated with Photocatalytic Oxidation (PCO), works in unison to destroy harmful airborne microbes and dismantle VOCs. Clinical studies show a 99% plus kill rate for microbials and removal of VOCs. The AiroCide technology is a FDA-listed Class II medical device that is also used in the healthcare industry. AiroCide is energy-efficient, as it was originally designed for the NASA space station program to successfully conduct astroculture experiments that required air free of mold spores and ethylene gas.
AiroCide PPT is manufactured and distributed by Atlanta GA-based KES, which has supplied the grocery and other food industries with perishable preservation technologies for more than 20 years.
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