In common parlance hygiene in housekeeping denotes general care, cleanliness, orderliness and maintenance of business property. But hygiene is much more than just maintenance of premises. Clean India Journal speaks to some experts in the hospitality and other industries, where hygiene in housekeeping plays a very important role.
Ecolab Inc., an $11 billion company based in Minnesota, has global businesses spread across a number of key verticals, including Institutional, Food & Beverage, Healthcare, Pest Management, Water Services and Energy Services. In India, Ecolab is catering to a customer base which includes 4-star, 5-star and 5-star deluxe properties falling under the Institutional business banner. Global companies in the beverage, brewery, dairy, processed food and consumer care segments are served by the company’s Food & Beverage business.
Each year, millions of people worldwide suffer from foodborne diseases. Kitchen hygiene is a crucial topic that needs to be focussed on to highlight the problems and seek solutions that ensure sanitary conditions in this area. We all know what it should be and we all know what it really is. Clean India Journal decided to bring to the table, the issues that make it difficult to put the recommended and enforced regulations into practise. A panel of 10 dynamic and diverse individuals comprising of Hotel GMs, Chefs and Industry Experts participated and discussed Kitchen Hygiene at a round table conference which was moderated by Avril Sule, Hospitality Educator and Trainer.