This paper recently released in the Journal of Aquatic Research and Development reports on the efficacy of electrolysed water for inactivating microbes on aquatic products and particularly on extending the shelf life of fish, including shell fish.
Month: July 2017
With chef Dan Hunter leading Brae to culinary success, Brae has risen quickly since popping up into the culinary scene in 2015. Brae has won the coveted number one in this year’s Financial Review’s Australia’s Top Restaurant Awards.
Congratulations to Matt Stone of Oakridge for being awarded the Outstanding Chef Winner, presented by the 2016 delicious. Produce Awards at the Pier One Sydney Harbour Hotel.
All the way from Sydney, Restaurant Hubert won the inaugural Top Newcomer Award 2017 and have also taken the top 100 list by storm, achieving tenth place on their debut.
Plastic Free July aims to raise awareness of the problems with single-use disposable plastic and challenges people to do something about it. The video below tells you more about what they are aiming to do.
It’s only been a few months, but Jackalope has already been named Australia’s best hotel. Opened their hotel in April 2017, Jackalope was named Australia’s Hotel of the Year 2017 at the annual Gourmet Traveller Australian Hotel Guide Awards.
Coles and Woolworths have finally jumped on the bandwagon on phasing out single-use plastics all across Australia. With 3.2 billion lightweight plastic bags per year that are being produced by Woolworths, this is a big step forward, environmentally speaking.
The team at Kingston Hospital Central Kitchen in Melbourne have been using their eWater reticulated system since the new kitchen building was completed around 8 years ago. They use eWater in every day operations and are proud to be reducing their chemical footprint while saving money on packaged chemicals.
“…have noticed a significant reduction in skin irritations often associated with the use of packaged chemicals used for cleaning and sanitising all kind of surfaces.”
In line with a growing body of evidence a study recently published in the Journal of Food Processing and Preservation demonstrated the effectiveness of electrolysed water highlights its benefits over traditional packaged chemical disinfectants.