Food Manufacturing, Packaging & Processing
Cleaners & Sanitizers

Spray Chem Chemical Company has supplied the food and beverage industry with cost effective cleaners and sanitizers specifically formulated to each application for over 40 years.

Our experience in the food industry has taught us how to blend a product that gets the job done right the first time. Our technical support ensures that our customers know how to clean and sanitize their equipment efficiently, safely and economically.

Working with our customers allows us to better understand their challenges and enables us to provide a product and service tailored to their specific needs. Our service techs, backed by our analytical lab provide the support our customers have become accustomed to.

Whether its help in creating an SSOP "Sanitation Standard Operating Procedure" or proper selection of a product that is compliant with EU and Organic certification, we have the resources to ensure that our customer’s needs are taken care of in a timely manner.

food and beverage cleaners and sanitizers

Fruit & Vegetable

Fruits and vegetables are often considered ready to eat products with little or no additional processing. This creates a challenge to suppliers to ensure they are doing the right things at every step in the process from field to fork. This includes harvesting, handling, processing, packaging, as well as transportation and retail.

food and beverage cleaners and sanitizers

Meat Processing

Animal processing produces some of the most challenging sanitation environments in food production facilities. It has been suggested that insufficient sanitation of equipment is the biggest issue in regards to E.coli O157:H7 outbreaks and proper sanitation is the single most important control measure available to processors.

food and beverage cleaners and sanitizers

Nuts and other Dry processing

Nut and grain processes are often designed to be dry operations with minimal moisture. This can make cleaning and sanitizing this equipment difficult and very different from other forms of processing. Some areas of the plant may tolerate wet cleaning while other areas may require alcohol based cleaning and sanitizing.