Friday, October 5, 2007

‘Germbusters for Germophobes’ section demonstrates the food-safety appliance

CulinaryPrep, the kitchen appliance that removes dangerous impurities from food, including E.coli, listeria, and salmonella, was featured on the CBS Early Show, Friday, October 5, 2007. The Early Show featured the CulinaryPrep in a segment entitled “Germbusters for Germophobes”. The segment ran in the show’s second hour, and the CulinaryPrep was demonstrated by Senior Editor of, David Gregg.

CulinaryPrep is the only appliance available today that applies a patented process to remove dangerous impurities from food, giving families direct control over the safety of the food they eat. CulinaryPrep™ uses the patented Grovac™ Process to remove unwanted bacteria and food borne pathogens from meat, fish, and produce. Removal of impurities also enhances the natural flavor of the food and extends its shelf life. Extensive independent testing was carried out by Whitbeck laboratories, Kansas State University and Louisiana State University and confirms the appliance’s efficiency.

To see the CulinaryPrep on the Early Show please visit:

CulinaryPrep is available to consumers online at

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