WASHINGTON — The U.S. Food and Drug Administration yesterday formally listed the hypochlorous solution produced by Sterilox Food Safety equipment as an approved food contact substance, and as a food safe sanitizer for rehydrating or rinsing fresh produce, including leafy green vegetables. Produced by an electrical current running through salt water, the solution is designed to mimic the anti-microbial hypochlorous solution that helps suppress pathogens in the human body, and is highly ...

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