Sanitizing deli slicers can be a challenge for retailers as the machines' nooks, crannies and aging parts can harbor microorganisms with the potential to spread foodborne illnesses. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration addresses these food safety concerns in its new inspection tips for sanitizing machines. The FDA's flier and poster, which can be ordered from the FDA's website, show pictures of “deli slicer problem areas that are hard to clean” so machine operators can monitor for “cracks, ...
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