I came across a requirement that my company has in regards to cleaning small wares that have been in contact with allergens.
The requirement states "Wash all items that come in contact with food allergens LAST and separate from all other items. Wash, rinse, sanitize your three compartment sink after cleaning items that have come in contact with known allergens"
I've always thought that the cleaning solution is what removes the allergen proteins and never heard that when washing items that have come in contact with allergens these should be washed Last and then the sink drained and washed as well. We wash the sinks at the beginning and end of the day.
I cant find the regulation that this was pulled from and was curious if anyone could point me in the right direction if it exists.
Edited by Weebus90, 24 January 2020 - 02:33 PM.