Difference Between Food Contact Surfaces vs Nonfood Contact Surfaces
Food Contact Surfaces are surfaces that contact human food during the normal course of operations. Food contact surfaces include utensils and food contact surfaces of equipment. Nonfood Contact Surfaces are surfaces that do not directly come into contact with food that will be prepared or served. Nonfood contact surfaces include the kitchen floor, mop bucket, dust pan, and light fixtures.
Process For Cleaning And Sanitizing Food Contact Surfaces
involves brushing, scraping, or vacuuming surfaces that are soiled with dry food residues which are not time/temperature control for safety (TCS) food. The equipment you use for dry cleaning cannot be used for any other purpose.
involves washing to effectively remove or completely loosen soils by using the manual or mechanical means necessary such as the application of detergents containing wetting agents and emulsifiers; acid, alkaline, abrasive cleaners; hot water; brushes; scouring pads; high-pressure sprays; or ultrasonic devices.
Process for Cleaning Nonfood Contact Surfaces
Clean nonfood contact surfaces at a frequency. Nonfood contact surfaces typically don't require sanitizing
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