I swear, managers must think we make things up all day long.
I've got a client with a water line leak over their cold storage area. Two pallets of food material (sealed, modified atmosphere bag in box) were under the leak so the contaminated boxes were set asid and put on hold with the recommendation to dispose.
Of course, 5 weeks later, they want to use it immediately. I explained that there is no industry standard of cleaning ceiling water off of food packaging. The sanitation chemicals on site are to clean foods off of stainless steel and food contact plastics.
How do I validate an appropriate cleaning procedure to asure that there won't be a problem when I don't know what is in the ceiling water? You can't sanitize away chemicals from the drop-ceiling building materials.
This feels very unprecedented. I appreciate any help I can get!