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Chemstar Corporation Offers Comprehensive Deep Cleaning Programs to Combat Salmonella, Listeria, and E. coli in Retail Supermarkets

ATLANTA, Feb. 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Food retailers concerned about pathogens such as Salmonella, Listeria, and E. coli in their perishable departments can now outsource "deep cleaning" services to Chemstar Corporation, a company that operates food safety and sanitation programs throughout the United States and Canada. In response to increased concern about food safety, Chemstar has expanded its sanitation services to include deep cleaning in perishable departments such as deli, bakery, meat, seafood, and produce.

"We offer cost-effective and innovative food safety and sanitation solutions that are custom-tailored to fit the needs of our clients," said Blake Batley, executive vice president of Chemstar Corporation. "We are extremely proud of the fact that we're experienced enough to handle critical food safety and sanitation challenges, yet we're nimble enough to respond quickly and provide exceptional value and customer service."

Faced with a weak economy, retailers want solutions that save money without compromising the safety of their customers or their brand. Increased regulatory pressure adds to the challenge.

"By outsourcing some of the cleaning and sanitation duties, retail supermarkets may be able to actually lower their operating costs without sacrificing quality, store conditions, or the consumer experience," said Batley.

For nearly 30 years, Chemstar Corporation has been providing comprehensive food safety, sanitation, and hygiene solutions for companies worldwide in industries such as retail supermarkets, foodservice, restaurants, hospitality, food processing, and healthcare institutions. Chemstar provides modern technology platforms to support auditing, data collection, analysis, and reporting of safety and quality assurance data. For more information about their innovative food safety and sanitation solutions, visit

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