Dry Wash in Brazil

Lavanderia, the national school feeding program (Programa Nacional de Alimentaço Escolar – PNAE) is an important public policy to fight endemic hunger among low-income children. However, sanitary nonconformities in the PNAE are a factor that favors food outbreaks and jeopardizes the objectives of the FNDE for school meals: growth and biopsychosocial development of students, learning and school performance improvement, formation of healthy eating habits, and food security in schools. The sanitary situation in the PNAE can be improved by improving the physical structure and implementing good food hygiene practices in the Food Services according to Brazilian legislation.

Preserving Water Resources: Dry Wash Practices in Brazil

Consumer demand for convenience during the pandemic is driving dynamic value growth in Dry Wash categories such as all-purpose cleaning wipes, fueled by new market entrants and a shift from household brands to private label products. While consumers are increasingly using these products to clean their homes during the pandemic, deep-rooted perceptions of cleaning efficacy remain a barrier to broader category adoption.

In Brazil, washing with cold water is common and washing machines are less popular than in India and the UK, although almost all of the participants interviewed wanted one to reduce laundry time and enable them to wash more clothes. The laundry area is usually a utility room or a space within the house. Maid help is less common in Brazil than in India, with most people relying on domestic workers to assist with laundry once or twice per fortnight.

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