Food Safety Magazine

CIP/COP

Chemical-Free Cleaning: Revisited
Chemical-Free Cleaning: Revisited

Chemical-free cleaning in the greater context of green cleaning is becoming the rule instead of the exception.

 

The Critical Cleaning Zone
The Critical Cleaning Zone

Establishing zones within the food processing facility is an important technique for reducing the likelihood of cross-contamination.
 

May the Force (and Flow) Be With You: Importance of Flow in CIP
May the Force (and Flow) Be With You: Importance of Flow in CIP

The most obvious way to increase the force in a processing line cleaned by clean-in-place systems is to increase the volumetric flow rate.

Top Tips to Make Your CIP and COP Systems Work For You
Top Tips to Make Your CIP and COP Systems Work For You

Here are a few tips to best-practice approaches in using CIP and COP systems to their fullest potential as process control measures.

Hidden Contamination on Processing Equipment
Hidden Contamination on Processing Equipment

As warm, wet environments encourage bacterial growth, the proper sanitation of processing equipment is crucial.

Developing an Integrated Sanitation Program Using Innovative Techniques
Developing an Integrated Sanitation Program Using Innovative Techniques

When a food company begins to develop an integrated sanitation program to better ensure the quality and safety of its products, teamwork is essential to the program’s success.

Trends in Cutting-Edge Beverage Safety & QA Systems, Technologies and Management
Trends in Cutting-Edge Beverage Safety & QA Systems, Technologies and Management

Besides risk identification and management through HAACP, beverage safety is dependent on fundamental protection in both the formulation and processing stages.