Vinyl gloves, still commonly used for fast food handling, are facing mounting evidence of food safety risks, including containing toxic plasticizer chemicals. What is the solution?
The National Food Safety Education Month is an awareness campaign that focuses on the importance of food safety and practices in helping to prevent food poisoning. Personal protective equipment (PPE) used in food handling and processing, is often overlooked in food safety and hygiene practices in this industry.
We are working hard, making sure we can source all the disposable gloves, non-woven and PE products, needed by our New Zealand customers. As a solution to ongoing glove shortages, and price increases, we have sourced an alternative and more economically priced food grade glove. Introducing the....
Wearing disposable gloves alone does not necessarily prevent the spread of bacteria and viruses on hands and surfaces. Hand hygiene is necessary, and consideration of the type and quality of glove can help reduce glove associated cross-contamination risks.
Sourcing and supplying gloves and PPE is not easy and takes years of experience working with suppliers to establish good relationships and quality products. The Coronavirus has seen PPE demand, far surpassing supply. Some are so desperate, they're sourcing from unknown suppliers. Here's what you need to know.