Patricia Hottel, technical director for McCloud, shares insights on integrated pest food management with Refrigerated & Frozen Foods Magazine
Pests often leave trails. Droppings, sebum stains, dead insects and various other unpleasant markers serve as proof that they are there. There’s another type of trail they should leave, with human help: a paper one. Better still, a digital one.
Dan Collins shares just how close modern pet food plants and human food plants actually are.
Patricia Hottel, technical director for McCloud, contributes to Food Engineering’s article “Food processors must be proactive in sanitary and hygienic design”
Patricia Hottel, technical director for McCloud, contributes to Hotel Management’s article “F&B venues present unique pest challenges”
Here are some of the common pests found in hotels and tips on how to protect your company’s image and reputation
McCloud Services’ 2019 Pest Invasion Focuses on How to Develop a Successful Integrated Pest Management Program. Over 150 attendees gathered June 27 at this premier food safety seminar
Dumpsters can be both an attractant and breeding site for pests. Here are some tips for proper maintenance of dumpsters to help minimize pest development.
McCloud Services, a leading pest management company headquartered in South Elgin, Ill., is pleased to announce that Ben Jones, Area Manager – Chicago Service Center, has been named the company’s 2019 Walter Award recipient. McCloud Services created the Walter Award read more