For your professional kitchen Toll Free (800) 300-4640
1111 Grand Ave | San Marcos, CA 92078
facebook twitter
Home / Blog / E.R.E.S. News / Rubbermaid’s Color-Coded Food Safety Products

Rubbermaid’s Color-Coded Food Safety Products

Cross contamination can impact both patrons and restaurant operators. Rubbermaid has sought a way to minimize the chance of this happening by introducing a color-coded line of food safety products. 7 different colors (red, green, yellow, brown, blue, white, purple) across a line of spatulas, tongs, cutting boards, lids, and containers can help foodservice operators combat cross contamination.

Spatulas: NSF certified, commercial dishwasher safe, and available in either 9.5” or 13.5” lengths. They are also rated for high heat with a Clean-Rest feature that prevents the blade from touching the counter when laid down.

Tongs: 12” in length and manufactured from 24 gauge stainless steel. They have rubber grips and are commercial dishwasher safe.

Cutting Boards: measures at 15”x 20”x 0.5”. Made with a durable high density polyethylene. They are NSF certified, resist stains, maintain their shape and feature a hanging hole for easy drying. Stainless steel racks are available to organize and air-dry cutting boards while avoiding contact between the surfaces.

Square poly-carbonate and round polyethylene food containers: available in 4 quart, 8 quart, and 12 quart sizes, and all have easy to read measurement graduations. To further prevent cross contamination, Rubbermaid has applied a color-coded stamp for each container to keep matching containers and lids together. Square containers feature durable handles and round containers are stack-able.

Rubbermaid makes it easy to get started with their color-coded kits, which feature a selection of containers, spatulas, cutting boards, and tongs. This comes with an implementation guide and poster to train employees. Available to purchase all the equipment in either one, three, five, or all seven colors, or available for one item in all seven different colors.

« return to the blog