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Diversey to Demonstrate Food Safety Solutions for Cost Reduction and Risk Mitigation

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Diversey, A Solenis Company, a leader in hygiene, infection prevention, and cleaning products, is excited to showcase the future of food safety during the International Production & Processing Expo (IPPE), January 30 – February 1, at the Georgia World Congress Center.

Attendees can visit Diversey, highlighting combined chemistry, technology, and equipment for food processors, at Booth #C44186 in the Food Safety pavilion to learn about key products, including Elite 360® and Diverclean Sonic, as well as learn more about the importance of water treatment.

“Food processors dealing with challenges like water scarcity, labor shortages, inflation, and evolving pathogen reduction regulations are reshaping cleaning processes,” said VP Sales US Food and Beverage, Dave Premo. “At Diversey, our commitment is to assist in transforming methods for elevated sustainability and hygiene standards. Our expanding capabilities make achieving these efficiencies more attainable than ever.”

Diversey will showcase the Elite 360®, an antimicrobial intervention solution utilizing electrostatic technology for resource efficiency and remarkable results. The process ensures up to 100% transfer efficiency, addressing concerns like overspray and uneven application. Since its launch, Diversey has collaborated with key food safety partners to enhance Elite 360® usage in red meat and extend its use to poultry, produce, and various precision application technologies.

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Another transformative piece of technology from Diversey is the Diverclean Sonic. This innovative solution helps plants cut costs by streamlining cleaning time by up to 35% while simultaneously elevating hygiene standards. Functioning as a pre-cleaning product, Diverclean Sonic effectively tackles protein, fat, and tallow soils, substantially minimizing the need for pre-rinse stages. The outcome is a significant reduction in wastewater, water consumption, and energy usage.

“By collaborating with Diversey for water treatment systems, processors can enhance their existing processes while complying with regulations and gaining operational advantages,” Premo said.

Diversey experts will be available to speak about holistic and sustainable approaches to water and hygiene management; these practices align with the industry’s goals for cost-cutting, efficiency, and environmental responsibility.

To learn more about Diversey, or its groundbreaking food safety products and services, visit the experts at Booth #C44186 at IPPE in the Food Safety pavilion, or visit Diversey’s contact page with questions. diversey.com