The history of electrolyzed water (EW) in commercial development dates back to more than a century. Although the concept of EW was first developed in Russia, it has been used widely in medical institutions in Japan since 1980 for various purposes including water decontamination, water regeneration, and disinfection .Over time, its use has broadened into various other fields such as livestock management and agriculture. Electrolyzed water (EW) has been regarded as a new sanitizer and cleaner in recent years. EW is produced from regular water without the addition of any harmful chemicals, except NaCl. The main reason for its popularity is the simplicity of production and application. The acceptance of EW as a sanitizer is evident from its use in a number of applications in various fields including agriculture, medical sterilization, food sanitation, livestock management, and other fields that employ antimicrobial technique. EW exhibits antimicrobial activity against a variety of microorganisms and eliminates most common types of viruses, bacteria, fungi, and spores in a relatively short amount of time (usually within 5 to 20 s) in food products, food processing surfaces, and non food surfaces.