A leading Knowsley-based cleaning company is advising local business owners to ensure that hygiene regulations are being lawfully met.
Director of KitchCleanse Mike Brougham is helping businesses to certify hygiene standards, following increased cases of high profile North West restaurants and bars suddenly closing down due to unhygienic circumstances.
Mike said: “In order to safeguard their company/brand reputation, businesses must make sure that they are continuously meeting hygiene standards. We understand the importance of ensuring clean and safe working environments, particularly in food-preparation areas.
“Recently there have been numerous incidents within the food and beverage sector across Merseyside regarding major hygiene issues, which forced many businesses to shut their doors. Not only did this cause a huge impact on trade, cases like this have also tarnished company’s brand reputation and customer loyalty.”
With the aim of meeting and exceling legally enforced hygiene regulations – KitchCleanse offers a range of services including full kitchen extraction and duct work along with oven and hob deep cleaning. From food and beverage firms, to schools and care homes, KitchCleanse provides bespoke cleaning facilities to a diverse array of clients that operate across the UK.
Mike added: “Hygiene plays a big part into the successful management of a business. Whilst the thought of undergoing a major deep clean may seem daunting to any company, it has become a necessity following the introduction of tighter laws and regulations.
“It’s time for businesses to clean up their act to make sure that they meet the required criteria surrounding kitchen and work space cleanliness.”
For more information visit www.kitchcleanse.co.uk or call 0800 7811 911.
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