As 2017 comes to an end, the cold chain industry continues to develop and transform as new technological and regulatory concerns start to have an effect.
Monitoring Temperatures Throughout the Cold Chain
A top challenge the cold chain is temperature excursions, which can affect perishable item quality and safety.
Smart devices have made downloading and displaying in-transit temperature data more convenient and reliable.
Each day, millions of cases of food product are delivered to restaurants, schools, hospitals, and other food service establishments.
Accurate cold-chain temperature monitoring is the key to keeping food and other perishable shipments safe and fresh.
Are you considering a real-time temperature monitoring program?
Strip chart recorders are still a choice for some when transporting refrigerated goods, but the truth is, they are outdated.
Smart devices are taking over, and making every aspect of our lives easier.
The new Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) includes the biggest changes to food safety laws in over fifty years.
If you’re involved with a cold chain, it might be difficult to choose what kind of temperature monitoring system you need to use.