Christeyns Food Hygiene UK have recently partnered with Control Union to offer the very highest quality food safety training. Our dedicated tutor, Damian Hankin, is one of just a handful of BRC approved training partners in the UK and additionally is a qualified BRC food auditor.
Monday 23rd December – 9:00am – 5:00pm Tuesday 24th December – 9:00am – 12:30pm Wednesday 25th December – Closed Thursday 26th December […]
Christeyns Food Hygiene’s Operational Director – Andy Bethel has been selected in The Manufacturer Top 100 2019 publication. The Manufacturer’s annual awards for the 100 most inspirational individuals working in UK industry were announced last night at a gala reception at Exhibition Centre, Liverpool. The annual Manufacturer Top 100 awards scheme is run by The […]
Christeyns Food Hygiene’s newly refurbished 78,000 sq. ft facility at Cameron Court, Winwick Quay, was officially opened today by the Mayor of Warrington. Members of Christeyns senior management team, joined the Mayor, Cllr Wendy Johnson and other guests at the opening event to celebrate not only the state-of-the-art site improvements, but also the company’s 30th […]
Christeyns Food Hygiene are pleased to announce that HuwaSan has been agreed as a non-rinse disinfectant prior to the manufacture of organic approved food and drink. The unique stabilisation process has been demonstrated independently to break down leaving only residues of oxygen and water bringing a level of pathogen and spoilage bacterial control currently enjoyed […]
Gareth McCabe, Dairy Sector Specialist at Christeyns Food Hygiene, discusses the complexities of membrane cleaning.
In the food sector, the dairy industry has developed the most advanced filtration procedures for concentration and fractionation of molecules from milk and its derivatives. At Christeyns Food Hygiene, we work with a number of dairy specialists and membrane hygiene is one of the many elements of the very specific cleaning regimes that are a […]
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Currently there’s a lot of news surrounding an outbreak of Listeriosis which has resulted in the death of three patients in a Manchester hospital caused by the micro-organism Listeria monocytogenes. So what is this bacteria and what steps should the food, dairy and beverage industries be taking to control it? Listeria monocytogenes is only one […]