MALVERN, Pa. — Sterilox Food Safety, an in-store food sanitizing system for produce, seafood and other fresh food products, has announced agreements with six supermarket retailers, including Stater Bros., San Bernardino, Calif.; Raley’s, West Sacramento, Calif.; and Big Y, Springfield, Mass. The system, which generates a sanitizing solution using salt, water and electricity, can be used to eliminate pathogens and mold on fruits, vegetables, seafood and their display cases, while extending ...

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