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#1 LARRYK

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Posted 26 April 2016 - 02:12 PM

Team am looking for food grade detergents for use  in our hotel. Am from KENYA  East Africa  and couldn't get any help around.even the multinationals  haven't been convincing what they have is food grade based on info i got from NSF. By the way is there any thing like food grade ?



#2 Ehab Nassar

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Posted 26 April 2016 - 06:24 PM

Hi Larryk ,

 

try to contact below suppliers ,

http://www.ecolab.co...dle-east/kenya/

http://www.diversey....t--africa/kenya

http://www.kimberly-...contact-us.aspx

 

 

Good luck ,

Ehab



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Posted 30 April 2016 - 11:14 AM

Thank you  already with ecolab



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Posted 01 May 2016 - 01:58 AM

Team am looking for food grade detergents for use  in our hotel. Am from KENYA  East Africa  and couldn't get any help around.even the multinationals  haven't been convincing what they have is food grade based on info i got from NSF. By the way is there any thing like food grade ?

 

Hi Larry,

 

The specific meaning of food-grade (FG) can vary with the item/situation/location, eg as used for ingredient, lubricant,packaging etc .

 

A typical requirement within a FG "label"  as applied to non-food items within the manufacturing environment is that direct/indirect  "contact" with a food product  does not generate a significant contamination regarding the latter's quality/safety. "Contact" is further defined  for some items like lubricants.

 

IMEX detergents are more likely to be supplier-categorized by validatable text  like "approved for use" in a food processing  environment but options/subtleties vary with location, eg "no rinse sanitizers". I think many (all?) countries require detergents intended to be used in a food manufacturing facility to be officially registered/numbered and identified via, for example, MSDS documentation etc.

 

Maybe try a Google, the results can be interesting.  .


Kind Regards,

 

Charles.C





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