Fit Fruit and Vegetable Wash

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PRODUCT

FIT Fruit and Vegetable Wash

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ABOUT THE PRODUCT
Fit Antibacterial Fruit & Vegetable Wash kills 99.9% of harmful bacteria -- like E. Coli, Salmonella sp., Staphylococcus aureus, and Listeria – that have been associated with food-borne illness, and is only for use on cut chopped, sliced and other processed produce. Fit is 100% Natural, and unlike chlorine or other harsh chemicals, is completely safe to use. Fit rinses away clean, leaving no aftertaste or smell…just the taste and nutrition that nature intended. Fit is the only produce wash certified Kosher by the Orthodox Union, certified vegan, and recommended by the American Vegetarian Association. Fit is also endorsed by the Metabolic Code Diet™ and recommended by Laura LaValle, Registered Dietitian and Chief Clinical Nutritionist for the LaValle Metabolic Institute. If you are a foodservice operator, Fit can serve as an integral part of your Food Safety Program/HACCP Plan. If you are a consumer, look for restaurants and other establishments that use Fit to make sure that your produce is cleaner than nature intended. HISTORY

FIT Fruit and Vegetable Wash

Research conducted by food science faculty at the University of Idaho and Washington State University indicate that a commercially available fruit and vegetable wash, when used in a food-manufacturing setting, can dramatically decrease the number of disease-causing organisms in produce-processing washwater. That could reduce by manyfold the potential for cross-contamination within the water by such "gram-negative" bacteria as Salmonella and E. coli O157:H7. The product, sold commercially as FIT Fruit and Vegetable Wash, not only proved much more effective than the commonly used chlorine dioxide but is made from ingredients like citric acid and distilled grapefruit oil that are generally regarded as safe. A new technology that kills dangerous pathogens on food at home and in restaurants, grocery stores,...
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