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Chloroxyanion residue on seeds and sprouts after chlorine dioxide sanitation of alfalfa seed

“This 2018 peer-reviewed research published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, demonstrates that chlorine dioxide gas is very effective at eliminating pathogens from a variety of fruits, vegetables, melons, seeds, and food preparation surfaces. “Data generated by this study show that even when high concentrations of chlorine dioxide gas are used to treat alfalfa seed, undesirable chemical residues are not present in edible sprouts grown from those seeds. The outcomes of this study suggests that chemical residues are not a major obstacle for the development of chlorine dioxide gas as safe treatment for edible sprout production.”


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