The kitchen is the heart of the home, but it is also the heart of its germs. Meats and vegetables, in combination with wet and moist kitchen sponges, sinks, cutting boards, and counters, are perfect habitats for germs. From there, it is just a tiny jump onto our food. Every year, hundreds of millions of people are sickened by foodborne illnesses like E. coli, listeria, and salmonella. Therefore, maintaining proper hygiene in the kitchen is paramount.
While convenience, functionality, and design are some cornerstones when designing a new kitchen, you should also add hygiene as a new factor. Hygienic design is essential to improve kitchen hygiene.
Today, most of us are embracing new ideas and technology that can save time and energy. Why not have appliances that do some hygienic work themselves? Imagine spotless, germ-free worktops and clever cupboards or drawers that prevent the cutting board from spreading harmful bacteria and viruses and prevent mold and mildew. Imagine being able to extend the shelf life of fresh fruit and vegetables. If you want to know more about where, how, and when contact us at email@example.com.