Contaminated Soda Guns Cited Again During Pennsylvania Restaurant Food Safety Inspection

The Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services Office of Public Health (MCOPH) cited the Cannoneers Sportsmens Club for the second time in two years for soda gun related issues, among other violations. They’re just one of many restaurants with food safety violations for bacteria accumulation on soda guns.

The Cannoneers was cited February 12, 2020 for violating number food safety number 16 – food-contact surfaces cleaned & sanitized; Specifically, soda gun holsters at bar were “observed unclean with accumulation”. The most prevalent reason this decades old problem exists is that sanitization has been dependent on manual employee cleaning processes. End of shift fatigue, high employee turnover, and inadequate training are all contributors to improper cleaning.

Preventing situations like this is exactly the reason Jon Aneson invented the Sea~Gun, the  labor saving tool which automates cleaning soda guns, eliminates cross-contamination, assures consistent cleaning and improves the flavor of the soda being dispensed. Sea Hawk Safety solutions mitigate the risk of failed soda gun inspections and contamination, which can lead to allergic reactions, spread of viruses and more. Sea Hawk Safety has the only patented solution on the market today independently lab tested and proven to eliminate fruit flies and soda gun bacteria in busy Las Vegas restaurants, and coast to coast.

Sea Hawk Safety is committed to mitigating food safety risks and boosting profits with automated beverage dispensing innovations. Get the Sea~Gun soda gun cleaning system today. Contact us for more information.