Keep Supermarket Germs From Spreading With Retail Cleaning Services

When people go to supermarkets to get the products they need, germs like listeria, salmonella, and E.coli are the last thing they should take home with them. But according to one source, only 20% of people wash their hands long enough to eradicate infectious germs after they go to the bathroom. But that’s not the worst of it because one out of 10 people don’t wash their hands at all, and 33% of people wash their hands but don’t use soap.

If you own and operate a supermarket, you can prevent germs from spreading with CDC guidelines for a safe working and shopping environment.

Image of a worker in a grocery store sanitizing a checkout counter.