Assessing Food Contact Surfaces and Materials:
The Cleaning and Sanitizing Process *
See Fact Sheet: Farm Food Safety — Cleaning and Sanitizing Food Contact Surfaces
Remember! Your hands are one of the most important food contact surfaces to wash regularly
Download our Fact Sheet: Farm Food Safety — Food Contact Surfaces and Materials
Created: February 2018
Updated: April 2019
About the Author
Jessica Sprague is a former Food Safety Field Specialist with UNH Cooperative Extension.
This fact sheet was reviewed and edited by Food Safety Area of Expertise and FSMA (Food Safety Modernization Act) team members.
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