Using enzyme technology to manage biofilms in food production facilities, epitomises the concept of preventive hygiene. I like to compare the use of enzymes to using antibiotics to deal with an infection. Once the infection has been treated, keeping a healthy gut by taking probiotics is a great strategy to long term health.

In food processing facilities, you can almost count on the development of a biofilm at sometime and when stage 5 (dispersion), occurs the results can be disastrous.

Enzymes, matched to the substrate of the EPS (slime barrier) can be used as a shock treatment to remove biofilm, leaving the microorganisms exposed to the disinfectants. Ongoing application of these enzymes will keep the EPS from building up.

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