Bacteria Linked To Feces Found In Nearly Half Of Soda Beverage Systems!
So, you have spent the best part of the morning making sure that your beverage dispensing system is clean and in perfect condition ready for your customers to come in, but you may have forgotten something...
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Beverage/Soda Guns, Nozzles , Drip-cups, liquor pours, whatever you may call them or whichever you use need to be cleaned and they are one of
the most overlooked pieces of equipment in the beverage dispensing system.
Many publicans or bar owners simply soak drip-cups, nozzles and beverage guns in Soda Water overnight and re-attach them the next day, but is the soda water actually doing anything? It may shock you to know that the answer is NO.
Those soda/beverage machines found in bars restaurant nightclubs and fast food joints may be squirting out liquids contaminated with fecal bacteria, a small study found.
Whether it was self-serve or behind the counter, nearly half of all sodas dispensed from a sample of 30 machines in the Roanoke Valley in Virginia had coliform bacteria -- a group of bacteria banned in drinking water by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) because it indicates the possibility of fecal contamination. More than 11% of the beverages analyzed contained Escherichia coli [E. Coli] and over 17% contained Chryseobacterium meningosepticum. Other opportunistic pathogenic microorganisms isolated from the beverages included species of Klebsiella, Staphylococcus, Stenotrophomonas, Candida, and Serratia. Most of the identified bacteria showed resistance to one or more of the 11 antibiotics tested.
"We can't have that in our drinking supply. But they're coming out of these soda beverage machines,"
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