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Killing Pathogens on Leafy Greens: How Dirt Impacts the Sanitizing Process

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When produce is washed in commercial processing centers, dirt and debris in the wash water can bind up the chlorine sanitizer, reducing its effectiveness against microbes. An effective way to kill more microbes on leafy greens is to follow up this chlorine washing with a gaseous sanitizer. Part of the "Killing Pathogens on Leafy Greens" series.

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