Our recipe for microbial reduction.
Introducing a cleaner food industry with the Synexis BioDefense System.
There are 40 different kinds of viruses, bacteria, and molds that can cause foodborne illnesses.1 And according to the CDC, food contamination can occur at every step of the food preparation and packaging process.2 But Synexis can be there, too.
Our DHP™ (Dry Hydrogen Peroxide) producing biodefense system continuously attacks microbes in the air and on surfaces. We fight viruses, bacteria, mold, and odors without ever making workers leave the processing plant or waiting until customers finish their dinner.
Disclaimer: Synexis is not authorized for use in the treatment or control of microorganisms that may be present on food.
Our impressive DHP technology.
Synexis is the sole developer of the process by which naturally occurring oxygen and humidity are taken from the air to create Dry Hydrogen Peroxide (H2O2), otherwise known as DHP.
In the air and on surfaces: Where DHP flows.
Redefining cleanliness in every aisle.
Any grocer knows that refrigeration and moisture can lead to natural mold outbreaks, and the presence of plenty of other microbes.
When Barry Queen installed Synexis in 5 of his Price Chopper locations, he saw results within a week. Read about the outcomes he experienced below.
"Any grocery store or restaurant in the future, in my opinion, who doesn’t have Synexis or a system like this will not survive the business."
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References: 1. “Retail Food Protection: Employee Health and Personal Hygiene Handbook,” U.S. Food & Drug Administration, 2020, www.fda.gov/food/retail-food-industryregulatory-assistance-training/retail-food-protection-employee-health-and-personal-hygiene-handbook 2. Gould, L. H., Rosenblum, I., Nicholas, D., Phan, Q., & Jones, T. F. “Contributing factors in restaurant-associated foodborne disease outbreaks, FoodNet sites, 2006 and 2007,” Journal of food protection, 2020 3. “Hydrogen Peroxide,” Occupational Safety and Health Administration, 2018, www.osha.gov/chemicaldata/chemResult.html?recNo=630