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Temperature Monitoring for Food Industry [Infographic]

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Food waste is emerging as a big problem. From top food manufacturers to local brands, every food processing business is looking for tools and techniques to minimize the food waste. Food temperature monitoring plays a big role in ensuring safety of the food and in reducing food waste. As per industry guidelines, food manufacturers should store and cook food at right temperature to keep the products safe for a long time.

So, you may be wondering that how does measuring food temperature help in reducing food waste. Well, the answer is simple. Most commercial food processing and preparation units like bakeries, large scale kitchens and food factories have a seemingly complex system and the final product often goes through a series of automated machines before being packaged or served. Before the end point where the food is been delivered, there are often multiple stages where the food is either handled, transported or stored. Now during any of these processes there may be delays due to unexpected failures, power outages or manhandling due to which the food can get spoiled. If the proper precautions, which involves measuring the food temperature, are not taken, then the systems may not be compensated for such occurrences and the entire batch can go bad amounting to a staggering amount of wasted food.

Keeping proper track of food temperature across the process could be very vital in saving food and eventually improve productivity. Now, do you think that all the food can be physically tested for it’s temperature? Certainly not! and neither can the food be touched with a probe or thermometer. The best way to do it is to continuously track the food temperature with non invasive, digital temperature sensors. With this infographic, created by McQueen Cairns Technology, we are sharing the benefits of food temperature monitoring.

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by Steve Collins.

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