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Alcohol Hand Sanitizer Registered for Use in Canadian Food Facilities

January 27, 2010

Health & Safety

Waterford, ON Deb InstantFOAM Alcohol Hand Sanitizer has received a letter of no objection from the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) for use in food facilities.

Ideal for situations where soap and water is not available or hands are not visibly soiled, InstantFOAM Alcohol Hand Sanitizer kills 99.999% of many germs and bacteria in just 15-seconds.

Sanitize is just one of six steps in the Deb Skin Care System and its Food Industry Skin Safety Regimen is designed to help raise hand hygiene standards and reduce the risk of food being cross-contaminated.

“Our food skin safety regimen combines CFIA registered products as well as support activities such as employee education – intended to improve hand hygiene compliance. We are very excited InstantFOAM Alcohol Hand Sanitizer is now recognized for use in food processing and manufacturing facilities,” comments Patrick Boshell, Marketing Manager at Deb Canada.

To learn more about Deb InstantFOAM Alcohol Hand Sanitizer or its Food Industry Skin Safety Regimen visit www.debgroup.com

About Deb Canada:

Deb Canada is a division of Deb Canadian Hygiene Inc. and member of Deb Group Ltd; the world’s leading away from home skin care system company. We provide dedicated skin care programs for organizations that value their employee and customer well being. Deb programs are based on the Deb Skin Care System, which is comprised of a complementary range of skin care products and support activities to help implement and maintain effective hand hygiene.


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