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As our knowledge and understanding of the adverse effect on health and wellbeing of germs and bacteria increases, so we have experienced a growing demand for rubber gloves, recognizing their role in germ prevention both in the work environment and around the home.

Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) is the systematic preventative approach to food safety employed in the food industry, as laid down by governments throughout the world. Its regulations insist on the wearing of protective food handling rubber gloves throughout the food manufacturing process, thus helping protect both the workers and end-consumers from contamination. Its successful implementation in the food industry is now being copied in a number of other manufacturing sectors including the cosmetics and pharmaceutical industries. Hotels and restaurants are also increasingly aware of Food Safety Standards, and are insisting on the use of food handling gloves throughout the food preparation and serving process as an aid to germ prevention.

Domestically, too, the anti-germ penetration qualities of rubber gloves are increasingly appreciated, and this recognition is resulting in further demand for high quality gloves. Few household items have a higher home penetration than rubber gloves!

‘Soson’ ‘Rainbow’ ‘Max power’, made from the finest natural latex, are manufactured to the highest quality standards, to guarantee the best possible protection from germs and bacteria. Our manufacturing facility in Thailand has been granted ISO 9001: 2008 accreditation for our processes and we are also accredited with the “S” Mark, covering anti-germ penetration and the “KS” Mark awarded in Korea and South East Asia.

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