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Increasing Productivity with Right Solutions

It is beyond question that a clean, tidy and organized workplace can increase employees’ concentration and make them proactive and happy! This is true in offices and schools, for example, where periodic cleaning not only reduces the time spent looking ... Read More »

Clean street food hub programme

Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) is implementing a clean street food hub programme so that people can eat without worrying about hygiene. 144 clusters has been identified across the country that would be audited by FSSAI along ... Read More »

Food wastage crisis in India

Food waste or food loss is that which is left uneaten or discarded. Food loss is not only at the end of the chain, but also at the beginning from the time of production, processing, retailing and consumption. According to ... Read More »

Investing in Food Safety

In India, the food sector has emerged as a high-growth and high-profit sector due to its immense potential for value addition, particularly within the food processing industry. Currently valued at US$ 39.71 billion, it is expected to grow at a ... Read More »

Recalling FSSAI Regulations for FBOs

The standards are defined by schedule-4 (Regulation 2.1.2) of Food Safety & Standards (Licensing & Registration of Food Business) Regulations 2011, include the following: Sanitary and hygienic requirements for food manufacturer / processor / handler General requirements on hygienic and sanitary practices to be followed by all food business operators applying ... Read More »

Sealed Air Inaugurates its Global R&D Centre in India

Present at the inauguration ceremony were senior delegates from Sealed Air, namely Suzanne Thompson-Global VP R&D Diversey Care (Centre), Ram Ramesh-Global VP R&D Food Care (Right), Himanshu Jain, MD/VP Sealed Air Indian-subcontinent and South East Asia (Left), Bala Thottikamath-VP Diversey ... Read More »

Challenges in implementation of FSSAI Regulations

A panel discussion organised by Clean India Journal during the 10th edition of Clean India Pulire 2013 focussed on the implementation of FSSAI rules and the challenges thereof. More than 20 representatives from restaurants, fast food joints and bakeries participated ... 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 measure in pest control

The most disturbing news flashed recently in the world dailies of rodents feasting on a new born twin in a Rawalpindi hospital in Pakistan was horrifying but unfortunately this is not the first time! Many such incidents go unreported too. ... Read More »

Hygiene in Housekeeping

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. Read More »

Pest Control versus Pesticides

Today, most of the people are familiar with the ‘Pest Control gentleman’ who regularly visits homes, offices, facilities or factories and sprays pesticides all over. But this process is not only ineffective after a point in time, but also harmful ... Read More »

Ecolab: Strategic Sustainable Standards

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. Read More »

Ecolab: ‘India is an important market’

“India is going to be a very important market for Ecolab,” Douglas M. Baker, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, told Clean India Journal during his visit to India last week. Having made a strong foundation in the Indian market and ... Read More »

Symbol of Food Safety

Gloves hold a special identity as a part of the ‘Food Handler’s Protective Clothing Kit’. With the advent of ‘Food Safety’ they are used profusely in the food industry today. Restaurant production and service staff, Employees from manufacturing units and ... Read More »

Kitchen Hygiene: Regulations vs Practices

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. Read More »

Setting Sustainable Standards

As more and more international businesses expand in India, they will expect to provide the same excellence in cleanliness and maintenance that defines their facilities – and their brands – around the world. James White, President-International Sector of Ecolab, spoke ... Read More »

When Silo needs Cleaning

Silo, taken from the Latin word sirus which, in turn, comes from the Greek word siros, originally meant a pit or underground place for keeping grain. Today, rising as much as 60ft and higher, silos are used to store bulk ... Read More »