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August 14th, 2012

by Total Food Service

Diamond Wipes Launches Pro-Grade Sanitizing Wipes


Foodservice industry wipes provide convenient way to prevent cross-contamination.


Diamond Wipes International, the leading West Coast manufacturer of disposable wet wipes, announced today the launch of its new EPA-registered Handyclean™ Rinse-Free Sanitizing Wipes, which sanitize all non-porous food contact surfaces in places such as restaurants, bars, institutional kitchens, and food handling and processing areas.

Diamond Wipes Handyclean™ Rinse-Free Sanitizing Wipes clean and kill 99.9 percent of bacteria that can cause food borne illness including E.coli and Staph, while still safe for food-contact surfaces. 
“With no measuring, no mixing and no potable water rinse required after sanitization, our new professional-grade Handyclean™ wipes are an easy and convenient way to keep kitchens clean, safe, and sanitized," said Eve Yen, founder and CEO of Diamond Wipes.
Available for distribution in August, Diamond Wipes produces about 1.7 million wipes per day in its U.S.-based manufacturing facilities.  Interested wholesale buyers should contact Diamond Wipes Sales at (800) 454-1077.

About Diamond Wipes International


Diamond Wipes International is the leading West Coast manufacturer of disposable wet wipes in the United States. Established in 1994, Diamond Wipes supplies wet wipes to major restaurant chains including Tony Roma's, Applebee's, T.G.I. Friday's and other leading foodservice distributors. Diamond Wipes also produces wipes for private label and contract packaging customers in cosmetic, personal care, healthcare, automotive and household industries. 

In 2012, Diamond Wipes completed construction of its 3,360 panel clean energy solar installation, which is designed to generate over 548,000 kilowatt hours of electricity per year for its Southern California manufacturing facility. Diamond Wipes has already begun utilizing its new clean energy system, offsetting up to 86 percent of its primary factory's energy consumption away from traditional electricity.

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