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Updated: January 22, 2018
Sanitation starts in the milking parlor and continues through delivery of your products to the customer. Sanitation Controls outline procedures and programs used to maintain a sanitary condition for food processing.
Sanitation Controls are an element of Food Safety Plans that are required for all food processors by the Food Safety Modernization Act, and can encompass:
Cleaning and sanitizing procedures can be incorporated into your processing routine as part of:
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