We now have stock of black hair nets to go along with the rest of our hygiene product range.
This includes: cleaning wipes, shoe covers, sleeve covers, beard covers, disposable aprons and hair nets with assorted colours.
(If you can't view the YouTube video in your browser, try the FlexTex Video page link.)
There are several good reasons why FlextTex gloves are superior to Latex gloves in Food Handling applications.
1.) Flextex gloves have a close and flexible fit to provide a real and sensitive touch. Have you ever wondered why doctors DO NOT use the same floppy plastic gloves that cleaners use to clean dunnys? Well, it's because they NEED to feel exactly what they are doing. That's what the Flextex glove does as well. It give you the ability really feel what you doing, while you are working with food.
2.) Flextex gloves are latex free. In fact, they aren't manufactured with any traces of latex or rubber at all! So this means that all the people with latex sensitivities or allergies don't have anything to worry about.
3.) Flextex gloves are tougher than normal vinyl gloves, yet much more cost effective than the latex gloves.
4.) Ever have trouble with that white powder that comes with standard gloves? At the end of your shift, you might find that your black trousers are now "sprinkled white". The best thing about Flextex Gloves is that there is no powder at all, so the clothes stay clean.
Check out the video link above and see what the staff at the Al Dente deli in Sunbury have to say.
If you have trouble with the YouTube plugin, check it out at our Flextex Gloves Video page.
There was an interesting observation from the food safety experts at the Gourmet Guardian, when they were here to prepare us for HACCP certification. When they were checking through our range of hair nets, beard covers, sleeve covers, aprons and shoe covers they mentioned how important these products were in the Australian Standards for Hygienic Production of Poultry Meat for Human Consumption (Australian Standard 4465).
Maxpak Australasia Pty Ltd Achieves Internationally Recognized HACCP Certification at their FIRST and ONLY attempt! (Press Release)
“The packaging of food needs to be held to the same food safety standards as the food itself.”
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE. Melbourne, Victoria (17th January, 2013) –
Maxpak Australasia Pty Ltd, established in 1979 as a family owned company that has been providing high quality packaging products for more than 30 years, has taken a significant step in ensuring the safety of their products and clients.
Maxpak Australasia has achieved the internationally recognised HACCP Certification (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point). HACCP is a systematic preventive approach to food safety that identifies and controls the potential physical, chemical and microbiological hazards as a means of prevention rather than finished product inspection. HACCP is used in the food and pharmaceutical industries to identify potential food safety hazards, so that key actions can be taken to reduce or eliminate the risk of the hazards being realized.
Opposition leader, Tony Abbott shows an excellent food preparation technique, using blue vinyl gloves to prepare his barbecue - all while campaigning against the carbon tax.
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