Lodian Ken Sasaki hopes to boost organic sanitation
Ken Sasaki has worked in organic sanitation, helping to provide a cleaner way to sanitize the food supply.
Posted: Tuesday, February 12, 2013 12:00 am
Lodi resident Ken Sasaki has been working in agriculture for most of his life. After a partnership with his father working in their vineyards and cherry orchards, he moved into sales in the nursing business.
After several years, Sasaki became involved in organic sanitation, which uses a chemical with an organic base to clean produce. Since then, he has traveled to several areas in California, Arizona, South Dakota, Oregon and Hawaii to help promote this organic way to clean produce, in an effort to alleviate the spread of food-borne diseases.
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