About CloudClean

CloudClean™ is a simple but powerful technology that monitors hand hygiene in real-time! CloudClean™ helps build trust with your customers and provides peace of mind for both you and your customers. Your business and the public can be stronger and safer — all with no more than the effort of setting up a wireless network.

International Restaurant and Foodservice Show of New York

March 8-10, 2015

CloudClean™ is thrilled to be exhibiting again this year at the International Restaurant and Foodservice Show of New York.

Please visit us at booth number #1555 to learn how CloudClean™ is bringing a gold standard of food safety compliance to the industry with Hand Hygiene Compliance and Wireless Temperature Monitoring technologies.

Please contact us if you’d like to set up an appointment at the show.  Requests may be sent to: Winn@CloudClean.com

Event Location:

Jacob Javitz Center
655 West 34th Street
New York, NY 10001

Event Website:


CloudClean™ Wins Sani Award™ for Outstanding Food Safety Innovation Program

Winn Keaten, Director of Sales & Marketing, CloudClean™

For Sani Professional:
Matt Schiering, Vice President/General Manager, Sani Professional
845.365.1700 X8635


CloudClean™ Wins First Sani Professional®
Food Safety Advisory Council Sani Award™

Awards Recognize and Promote Food Safety Best Practices

Edgewater, NJ – February 25, 2015 – Sani Professional, the food safety division of Professional Disposables International (PDI), and the Sani Professional Food Safety Advisory Council (SPFSAC) are proud to announce that CloudClean™ Hand Hygiene Compliance Technology won first place in the inaugural Sani Awards™ award program.  The Sani Awards™ award program celebrates innovation and excellence in food safety and promotes best practices within the foodservice industry for education/training, employee/customer programs and guest experience.

CloudClean™ won the award for Outstanding Food Safety Program Innovation, (Category A), for its significant improvement of hand hygiene in QSR / FSR franchises and commercial food processing through CloudClean™ Hand Hygiene Compliance Technology.  This cloud-based system trained, reminded and reported adherence to protocols in foodservice zones and workflow where hand washing was required.

Winners in other categories included:

Category B: Exceptional food safety education and/or training program implementation

Awarded to FoodSafetyGuy Lars Johnson, of Rochester, MN, for his partnership with the City of Minneapolis Health Department on food safety training that successfully prepared more than 400 foodservice personnel to host players, fans, media and dignitaries attending the 2014 Major League Baseball All Star Game.  The City of Minneapolis did not receive a single report of food borne illness during the All Star Game period.

Category C: Best food safety focused guest experience

Awarded to K&N Management, of Austin, TX, for its significant increase in hand washes across 10 Rudy’s “Country Store” and Bar-B-Q and Mighty Fine establishments using the CleanTech automated hand washing system for guests and staff.  CleanTech systems are located within the restaurant, so they are accessible and visually present without having to visit a bathroom.

CloudCleanand other winners will receive trophies at the Food Safety Summit in Baltimore, Maryland on April 29, 2015.

About the Sani Awards:

The Sani Awards™ award program celebrates innovation and excellence in food safety and promotes best practices within the foodservice industry for education/training, employee/customer programs and guest experience.  To be eligible for awards, winners had to demonstrate measureable improvements in chains with at least 5 units.  Results were required six months post implementation.  For more information, visit thesaniawards.com.

About Sani Professional®

Sani Professional®, a division of PDI, is a purpose driven company deeply rooted in the prevention of Community Associated Infection (CAI).   The Company’s line of disposable pre-measured, pre-moistened state-of-the-art wipe products and solutions are ideal for hand sanitizing, hard surface cleaning, sanitizing and advanced disinfecting.  These products are EPA and NSF-registered and, as appropriate, FDA food code compliant; meeting the highest food industry safety standards. Visit saniprofessional.com

About PDI

PDI helps reduce preventable infections, control healthcare costs and, ultimately, save lives by delivering a broad range of evidence-based, market leading environmental hygiene and patient care solutions in the community and healthcare environments. PDI has three divisions, Sani Professional®, PDI Healthcare and Contract Manufacturing. Visit wearepdi.com.

About CloudClean™

Based in Edgewater, NJ and launched in 2012, CloudClean™ brings a proprietary Gen2IR™ and active-RFID technology to the food service industry to promote food safe environments and help reduce the spread of food borne illness.  Powered by Centrak®, a leader in Real-Time Location Systems for healthcare, the CloudClean™ Hand Hygiene Compliance System monitors and trains hand hygiene compliance in any zone or workflow where wash protocols are required including restrooms, break rooms, exits, raw food or ready-to-eat (RTE) prep areas.  Additional features and services include Timed Interval Wash, Multi-Step Wash, Wireless Temperature Monitoring and Panic Alert, all of which enhance the safety of your staff and business.

Food Safety Consortium

Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center, Schaumberg, IL

Please join us at the upcoming Food Safety Consortium where CloudClean™, in partnership with Handwashing for Life™, will participate in two conference sessions on Monday, November 17th devoted to innovation in hand hygiene compliance monitoring.  Don’t miss the chance to see a live demo of CloudClean™ technology and see the “magic” for yourself!

Monday, November 17th
1:00-1:45pm: Ask the Experts.  Handwashing vs. Productivity Discussion Group
2:00-4:25pm: Handwashing Monitoring Advances Workshop


National Restaurant Association Quality Assurance Executive Study Group

CloudClean™ was proud to be a Gold Sponsor again this year at the National Restaurant Association Quality Assurance Executive Study Group at the Marriott Washington Georgetown in Washington, D.C. The conference hosted a top-notch line-up of speakers from the restaurant industry offering invaluable insights on how to address Food Safety and Quality Assurance challenges.   We were excited to have the opportunity to share the latest developments in CloudClean™ Hand Hygiene Compliance Technology Wireless Temperature Monitoring.

CloudClean™ Joins The Handwashing Leadership Forum

CloudClean™ was proud to be recognized by Handwashing for Life® at the 2013 NRA Foodservice Show in Chicago as being a leader in hand wash monitoring and credited as the key to changing hand hygiene behavior in the foodservice industry. This recognition was followed by an invitation to join The Handwashing Leadership Forum® which we were honored to accept.

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2013 NRA International FoodService Show

It’s that time of year again where we pack ourselves up and head to Chicago, one of the best cities in our country (in our opinion), and showcase CloudClean™ technology to the world! Booth 6770. Along the way we meet some brilliant and exciting people, and steal opportunities to enjoy and savor the international fare that spans the entire event center. Any other tradeshow serves the same airport-like food in select “food court” areas, but here it is a delectable feast for the eyes and taste buds!  It is a certain highlight of the year.

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Up Close and Personal with Norovirus

This winter season was riddled with Norovirus. The public was alerted by the news that this winter had the highest number of Norovirus outbreaks in recent history. We were also made aware that a new strain of Norovirus had been discovered, and was so strong that it originated in Australia and made its way around the globe infecting cities worldwide. The only method of prevention that health officials could offer was constant hand washing, hand sanitation and disinfecting surfaces.

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Clean Hands and What it Means to Your Food Workers, If Anything.

It was a late work night this past Thursday, and lucky for us we live in a urban area where restaurants and eateries tend to stay open late, especially from Thursday night throughout the weekend as people begin to enjoy their weekends. When it came to deciding what to have for dinner we decided to hit one of the many pizza places in the area to grab a couple of slices for a late dinner. As we approached the pizzeria we could see one of the pizza servers behind the counter drop his protective glove on the floor, pick it up, inspect if for all of 3 seconds and put it back onto his hand and proceed to ask us what we would like. There was no hesitation, no embarrassment and no shame on his part. Taken aback by the sight we kindly declined and walked out, never to return again.

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