BIO security

Leading with safe cleaning and sanitation products for biosecurity protocols

BIO Security

MADISON

Leading with safe cleaning and sanitation products for biosecurity protocols.

The use of pH neutral surface cleaning and sanitation chemical products, which are biodegradable and “Earth Friendly” are the way of the future.

Madison Food Park is committed to ensuring that proper sanitation protocols are being followed to keep food borne pathogens such as E. coli, Salmonella and Listeria out of the human food chain, while still being aware that all industrial beneficial wastewater will eventually exit the production facility and enter the natural environment. 

FOOD PARK

For this reason, the use of Atomes Bio (www.atomesbio.com) products, a company committed to developing environmentally friendly cleaning soaps and sanitation chemicals, will undoubtedly propel Madison Food Park into the lead as being able to achieve both competing goals. 

CIP 
Programs

CIP (Cleaning In Place)

CIP requires non-foaming cleaning and sanitation chemicals which clean the inside of pipes, processing lines, tanks and vats. The hygiene of a processing facility is the most important part of producing healthy, good-tasting and quality food.

Madison Food Park workers

Preventing
Cross Contamination

Exceeding food safety standards

Employees must change their outside clothing to disinfected and clean clothing; wear face and hair covering, proper foot wear and gloves. Hand sanitation on a regular basis is required to prevent the spread of germs and pathogens.

MFP is committed to

 protecting the Montana environment


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