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Sanitizer Table 38 Midwest Veg Guide 2022 Sanitizer Table Created by Amanda Deering Reviewed by Ben Phillips – September 2021 This table includes selected information about the sanitizers for use in wash water, on food contact surfaces, and irrigation water. The products are listed alphabetically by Active Ingredient, with a selection of Trade Names. † = indicates biorational formulations that may be listed by the Organic Materials Research Institute (OMRI) and may be allowed in organic production There are three primary classes of sanitizers. Oxidizers, quaternary ammonias, and iodines. Oxidizers include calcium hypochlorite, chlorine, chlorine dioxide, hydrogen peroxide, peroxyacetic acid, sodium chlorite, and sodium hypochlorite. Oxidizers are reactive with non-stainless-steel metals. Chlorines and chlorites are sensitive to pH, temperature, and turbidity. The oxidizing sanitizers are variously-labeled for use on food contact surfaces, direct contact with produce through wash water, and also in irrigation water. Some oxidizing ingredients are available to use in organic production systems. Sodium bromides must be activated with an oxidizer, and the selection below are only labeled for use in wash water. Quaternary ammonias and iodines are only labeled for food contact surfaces. This table is subset of data from a more complete and detailed database of Labeled Sanitizers for Produce version 4 updated 11/9/20, developed by the Produce Safety Alliance at . Active Ingredients Trade Names Food Contact Surface Use Produce Wash Water Use Irrigation Water Use calcium hypochlorite ECR Calcium Hypochlorite, Accutab, Aquachlor, Aquafit, Incredipool, Induclor, Zappit X X X chlorine (gas) Olin Chlorine X X †chlorine dioxide Anthium BCD-200, Anthium Dioxcide, Biovex, Carnebon 200, Oxine X X X citric acid, sodium dodecylbenzene-sulfonate Pro-san L X †hydrogen peroxide SaniDate Ready to Use, Oxidate RTU, Zerotol RTU X †hydrogen peroxide Di-Oxy Solv, SaniDate RTU X X iodine LFI Sanitizer X isopropyl alcohol, octyl decyl dimethyl ammonium chloride Alpet D2 X lactic acid, sodium dodecylbenzene-sulfonate Antimicrobial Fruit and Vegetable Treatment, Market Guard 700, Simply Save Antimcirobial Produce Wash X n-alkyl dimethyl benzyl ammonium chloride Lonza Formulations S-21F, Market Guard Quat, Felx Pak Quat, Oasis Comac Quat, Simple Green D, Ster-Bac X †peroxyacetic acid, hydrogen peroxide Oxonia Active, Synergex X †peroxyacetic acid, hydrogen peroxide Victory X †peroxyacetic acid, hydrogen peroxide Jet-Ag, Jet-Ag 15% X †peroxyacetic acid, hydrogen peroxide Peraclean 5, Perasan C-5, Tsunami 100 X X †peroxyacetic acid, hydrogen peroxide Zerotol 2.0, Oxidate 2.0 X X †peroxyacetic acid, hydrogen peroxide Proxitane WW-12, Sanidate 12.0 X X †peroxyacetic acid, hydrogen peroxide BioSide HS 15%, Maguard 5626, Peraclean 15, Perasan A, Perasan OG, PerOx Extreme, Proxitane 15:23, Proxitane EQ, Sanidate 15.0, Sanidate 5.0, VigorOX SP-15 X X X sodium bromide Bromicide 4000, Bromide Plus, Busan 6040 X †sodium chlorite (precursor to chlorine dioxide) EnviroChlorite 7.5, EnviroChlorite 15 X †sodium chlorite (precursor to chlorine dioxide) Ercopure BCD, Selectrocide 2L500, Selectrocide 5G X X X sodium hypochlorite Surchlor X sodium hypochlorite Agchlor 310, Dixichlor Lite, Freshgard 72, Hypo 150, Liquichlor 12.5%, Pac-chlor 12.5%, Puma, Re-Ox, Sno- Glo Beach, Ultra Clorox Brand Regular Bleach, Vertex Concentrate, Vertex CSS-12, Vertex CSS-5 Bleach, XY-12 Liquid Sanitizer, Zep FS Formula 4665, CLB, CLB I X X sodium hypochlorite Sodium Hypochlorite 12.5 Bacticide, Agrichlor Plus, Chlor12.5, Chlorsan 125, Hypure Sodium Hypochlorite 12.5 X X X

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