These tasteless and odorless cleaners are designed for produce, seafood and poultry. They can strip away wax and pesticides from produce; remove surface debris from seafood and poultry; and cleanse food preparation surfaces to help deter cross contamination. In lab tests, Eat Cleaner products have been found to remove more than 99.9% of Salmonella and E.coli from the surface of food. They also can help prolong the shelf life of fresh produce.
Mareya Ibrahim, a food industry veteran and food safety advocate, and her father Dr. Shawki Ibrahim, emeritus professor at Colorado State University, are the creators of the Eat Cleaner lineup. The washes and wipes use a blend of plant-based ingredients, including citric acid, sodium citrate, calcium ascorbate (an antioxidant that helps prolong shelf life), sea salt and vegetable glycerin.
Water alone doesn’t remove most pesticides and waxes, which can trap harmful substances. For a better cleanse -- we’re sticking with Eat Cleaner.