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Real-time monitoring for food hygiene

Shanghai’s food watchdog has developed a monitoring system that is designed to capture any food hygiene transgressions made by production workers. Surveillance cameras record scenes from the food production area and pick up details such as whether staff are wearing ... Read More »

Creating Synergies with Pest Experts

While keeping pest under control is an integral part of any food processing industry, working in synergy with a pest expert paves the way to effective pest management. Clean India Journal takes a tour of two Chennai-based food processing units that are being serviced by Rentokil Initial Read More »

Preventive steps during winter

The weather outside isn’t the only thing that can be frightful during the winter – pests such as rodents, cockroaches, stored product pests, ants and flies can cause nightmares if spotted at food processing facilities. And while you may be ... Read More »

Rat Nuisance

The city of Sydney has proved it has zero tolerance policy towards endangering public health by maintaining high standards for hygiene and cleanliness in the food business. An Indian takeaway was fined over $90,000 by the Sydney municipality, after a ... Read More »

Food hygiene lessons for ‘paani puri’ vendors

To bring awareness among paani puri vendors, Congress Member of Parliament Sanjay Nirupam recently held a cleanliness and hygiene campaign in Mumbai. This event followed the shocking news of a paani puri vendor being caught on camera urinating into a ... Read More »

Food hygiene lessons for ‘paani puri’ vendors

To bring awareness among paani puri vendors, Congress Member of Parliament Sanjay Nirupam recently held a cleanliness and hygiene campaign in Mumbai. This event followed the shocking news of a paani puri vendor being caught on camera urinating into a ... Read More »

Few food inspectors

Bangalore Municipal Corporation has only six food inspectors in the health department to check around one lakh city eateries. Food inspectors are supposed to conduct regular checks to inspect how food is being cooked and ensure cleanliness both inside and ... Read More »

Cracking down on hawkers

The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation plans to crack down on unauthorised hawkers during the monsoons. The civic body has decided to take stringent action against roadside food stalls, which sell unhygienic food to prevent vector-borne diseases. The hydraulic department has also ... Read More »

Tissues are important too

Amasht Paper Hygiene Products Pvt. Ltd, Pune, supplies tissue paper to McDonald’s outlets for its western and southern regions. Being customised, the tissue paper meets the standards specified by McDonald’s. Amasht’s unit is the first tissue converting unit in India ... Read More »

Avoid Contamination:Countertops and Refrigerators

Determining whether cross-contamination has happened in your kitchen is often difficult, but when it comes to food hygiene, this is one of the main causes of sickness after a meal. Contamination can happen in places that are not obvious, but ... Read More »

Perfecting food packaging techniques

Packaged food just got safer to eat. A researcher at Purdue University has come up with a novel technique to do away with bacteria in packaged foods like spinach and tomatoes. Kevin Keener has designed a contraption constituting a series ... Read More »

Food safety solutions

The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) has listed the challenges it faces to improve food safety in India, which include licensing, inter-state movement, recall of contaminated products, milk hygiene and nutrition. At a two-day summit organised by ... Read More »