Warrington based supplier of hygiene solutions, Klenzan, has recently received approval under the Marks & Spencer product accreditation scheme for its premium non-QAC based disinfectant, Bioklenz.
As part of Klenzan’s continued innovation and development of hygiene products for the food, dairy and beverage industries, Bioklenz has been over a year in the making, undergoing a series of tests against the latest standard - BSEN 1650. This test protocol requires proven efficacy against yeasts and moulds including ‘spiny spore’ which are significantly harder to eliminate than regular spores.
All M&S food and beverage suppliers and producers must use approved disinfectants that satisfy exacting standards and that are both effective and safe. Bioklenz has undergone rigorous testing by Campden BRI to achieve approved status and is the first M&S approved disinfectant to be put through the ‘spiny spores’ test.
Peter Littleton, technical director at Klenzan, said: “We have worked hard to develop Bioklenz into a premium disinfectant and are delighted to launch it onto the market this year in its new and improved form. Achieving accreditation from M&S is the highest accolade and testimony to our endeavours to produce a product that is second to none.”