Case Studies

Find out how Eagle customers are using our responsibly sourced, reliable products in their industry.

Global Poultry Processor Food Safety Audit

The Company involved in this food safety audit conducted by Eagle Protect is an integrated poultry producer in New Zealand and a large domestic producer and exporter of poultry products. It processes, on average, 130,000 birds per day and employs approximately 500 culturally diverse workers, both male and female.

Read Case Study
Poultry Food Safety Audit

Leading U.S. Beef Producer Food Safety Audit

Operating within stringent food safety standards, a leading beef processing plant in the U.S. partnered with Eagle Protect (the top supplier to the New Zealand beef exporting industry) to conduct a food safety audit at one of their facilities. No recalls or events demanded an audit, but rather the Company's effort to continuously improve their food safety programs and sustainability goals.

Read Case Study
Beef producer food safety audit case study

Proof of Protection from a Global Meat Exporter

A global red meat exporter specializing in beef, lamb and venison needs to take every precaution when it comes to food safety in their facilities. As they provide meat to some of the world's largest food service brands, which feed millions of people around the globe, the interviewee and business have been kept anonymous.

Read Case Study
Food Safety in Meat Produce

Snack Processor Eliminates Cost & Glove Fragments

Nature's Bakery, a family owned business committed to producing healthier snacks, burst onto the natural snacks scene in 2010, and earned the Nevada Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program award in 2017. Quality Assurance Supervisor Ryan Evanson was dealing with one major food safety issue when he first met with the Eagle Protect team - consumer complaints due to glove fragments in the finished product.

Read Case Study
Rubber Found in Food
Snack Processor Eliminates Cost & Glove Fragments image
Snack Processor Eliminates Cost & Glove Fragments image

New Oyster Shucking Glove Reduces Waste & Maintains Safety

A business with unique needs, a fellow B Corp certified company, required a glove specific to their industry - a glove designed for working with sharp and abrasive shellfish. Shucking oysters requires workers to securely hold an oyster in the non-dominant hand while using a tool in the dominant hand to open the oyster - therefore only the non-dominant hand wears the specifically designed glove. 

Read Case Study
Oyster Shucking Gloves

Cannabis Farm Eliminates Contamination with Verified Clean Gloves

Freya Farm is a cannabis producer and processor in Washington. They are passionate about organic cannabis cultivation, growing high-grade and unique strains. Following a recall due to their products testing positive for the antimicrobial chemical o-Phenylphenol, the Freya team conducted full testing of all items which had come in contact with their recalled products. As a last resort, their single-use “food safe” gloves were tested and found to be the contaminant.

Read Case Study
Contaminated cannabis
Cannabis Farm Eliminates Contamination with Verified Clean Gloves image
Cannabis Farm Eliminates Contamination with Verified Clean Gloves image
Glove Quality

Going Beyond USDA Organic Requirements

Fran’s Chocolates has been certified Organic since 2016. To remain compliant with USDA National Organic Program (NOP) guidelines, Fran’s must be able to show their packaging material and storage containers do not contain synthetic fungicides, preservatives or fumigants.* They apply a similar rigor of compliance to anything that touches their certified ingredients and final products, including single-use gloves. 

Read Case Study
Organic audit document requirements gloves
Going Beyond USDA Organic Requirements image
Going Beyond USDA Organic Requirements image

How Better Quality Gloves Reduce Glove Cost

Following meeting the Company’s food safety representatives at the Food Safety Summit in 2017, Eagle began a commercial trial of their FineTOUGH nitrile gloves in both the butchery and deli departments of 8 west coast locations. Eagle’s research into the cross-contamination risks of disposable gloves alerted them to their current food safety procedural risks.

Read Case Study
You Need Better Quality Gloves
How Better Quality Gloves Reduce Glove Cost image
How Better Quality Gloves Reduce Glove Cost image