Food Service Hair Nets
To help prevent the dreaded hair found in the food, hair nets are a common preventative measure. People feel safe when they see food workers wearing hair nets. Open kitchens and ghost kitchens both benefit from proper protective hair nets. What you may not know is that hair nets do not prevent the spread of infectious diseases or other harmful bacteria. The FDA has never recorded a single count of illness or death from a stray hair in food. However, there have been countless 1 star yelp reviews and bad feedback. Although hair nets adoption did not fully occur until a PR campaign started with Edward Berneys convinced the public that hair in food was dangerous. And Berney's campaign was effective, so much so that food service hair nets are widespread.Hair nets are necessary items and are required by the FDA and USDA in food handling settings. After each use, employees should throw their disposable apparel away. In the times of Covid-19, it is important to sanitize hands after disposal. Disposable hairnets come in lengths of 18" to 26". Made of lightweight nylon mesh material that is comfortable and cool enough to wear all day.
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Harmony supplies food service disposable apparel that meet or exceed USDA standards for use in federally-inspected plants. Laws have been put in place in many states and industries to help prevent the unsafe contamination of food and other consumer products. If you work in any food-related environment, there's a good chance your employees should be wearing well-fitting hairnets or nitrile food gloves during their shifts. Harmony Lab & Safety Supplies can help supply you with bulk hair nets as well as other essential business supplies.