Prominent chocolate manufacturer discovers a cleaning solution that meets its high standards of quality control.
In a highly regulated industry, foodservice facilities must utilize a cleaning process that adheres to strict guidelines.
The General Mills Foodservice Plant in Chanhassen, Minnesota is a leading producer of baked and unbaked food products. With the high production levels of the plant, grease, oil, dust and flour accumulate quickly on the conveyors, motors and panels of the cooling tunnels. Cleaning these tunnels manually with steam and water was a less than ideal method for the plant's operations.
A commercial bakery in Texas was seeking a solution to its cleaning problem.
The plant is in constant operation and cleaning had to be performed often to remove layers of minerals, oils, bread crumbs and other buildup from their equipment and tooling.