Visually clean is no longer good enough! The food service industry must utilize a scientific method to quantify cleanliness. Using Bactiscan’s science-based cleaning verification and preventative control system, you can assess your cleaning outcomes to reduce contaminations and foodborne illnesses in the facility, protecting your guests and staff.
Fast casual is the fastest growing food service segment, attracting a vast, growing demographic that expects higher quality than typical fast-food chains. Furthermore, media scrutiny and public awareness of food safety are on the rise, thus a single incident of food-borne illness, poor quality, or an exposé of poor facility hygiene at a single franchise location could have a disastrous effect on a brand as a whole. Therefore, food quality and safety need to be strictly managed from the supplier to the restaurant.
For years, food manufacturers have relied on Bactiscan to rapidly verify the cleanliness of the surfaces of food handling equipment and help prevent food safety and quality issues. Now Fast Casual restaurants are depending on Bactiscan to do the same.
The Bactiscan clean verification system helps franchise owners, regional auditors, and restaurant managers verify and monitor food-safety sanitation processes to ensure that they are effective and implemented correctly. Regional auditors can quickly verify that franchise locations and commissaries are upholding the highest levels of facility hygiene. Bactiscan environmental contamination monitoring give results on-demand, anywhere. Rapid illumination of surfaces for bacteria, mold or biofilm can detect microbiology contamination before a devastating outbreak happens and can correct your cleaning procedures to prevent future issues. The Bactiscan can pinpoint the location of microbes, helping to completely prevent potential contamination issues. In addition, the Bactiscan is budget-friendly and easy to use, simplifying implementation and minimizing team member training.
The Bactiscan Certified Clean program goes above and beyond the scientific knowledge that the healthcare industry uses to prevent contaminations and healthcare associated infections.