Chemstar Corporation Introduces Safe and Effective Liquid Fruit and Vegetable Wash...
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Chemstar Corporation Introduces Safe and Effective Liquid Fruit and Vegetable Wash Composed Entirely of Food-Grade Ingredients ATLANTA, June 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Chemstar Corporation, a global leader in food safety and sanitation solutions, has developed a liquid fruit and vegetable wash that is safer to store, handle, and use than products that contain peroxyacetic acid, hydrogen peroxide, or chlorine. Specially formulated with generally recognized as safe (GRAS) ingredients, Chemstar Liquid Fruit and Vegetable Wash reflects the company's GREENSTAR Commitment(TM) to create products that are environmentally friendly. "The citric acid formulation removes wax, dirt, soil, and residues that are not removed by simply rinsing with water," said Jim Schurman, president of Chemstar. "Produce can be cleaned quickly and safely without sacrificing quality." Chemstar Liquid Fruit and Vegetable Wash is effective on all fresh produce and does not require rinsing. It will not affect the taste, color, or aroma of treated produce. "Food safety continues to be Chemstar's top priority," said Schurman. "Our products are designed specifically to address the unique challenges faced by food retailers and processors." For nearly 30 years, Chemstar Corporation has been providing comprehensive food safety, sanitation, and hygiene solutions for companies worldwide in industries such as retail supermarkets, foodservice, restaurants, hospitality, food processing, and healthcare institutions. Chemstar provides modern technology platforms to support auditing, data collection, analysis, and reporting of safety and quality assurance data. For more information about their innovative food safety and sanitation solutions, visit www.chemstarcorp.com. SOURCE Chemstar Corporation Susan Enete of Chemstar Corporation, +1-678-513-6742, firstname.lastname@example.org
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