HACCP and Temperature Data Logger in Food Cold Chain FAQ
What is HACCP?
HACCP is the acronym for Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point. It is a usual technique, an analytical tool and an important management system that people use to control food safety hazards. It can be combined with any operation to keep the ongoing food safety basis cost effective. Temperature is a key indicator to ensure the safety and quality of many products, so temperature data loggers are essential for monitoring temperatures during transport and storage.
Why must food industry implement HACCP?
Food is what we eat every day. We must make sure it is as safe as possible. HACCP is a prevention-based system and a requirement of the European Union Regulation (EC) No 852/2004. So you have to implement HACCP to ensure food safety.
How do we monitor the temperature of food during transportation and storage?
Previously, temperature monitoring during food storage and transportation was done manually by staff, which inevitably resulted in errors. Now, with the new IOT technology, it is possible to use Freshliance temperature data loggers to automatically monitor and record food temperature. Freshliance series temperature data loggers are made for cold chain transportation and storage.
Why should food be refrigerated during transportation and storage?
Food goes through multiple links from harvest to storage, retail, caterers, and to the table. Many foods that are not kept at low temperatures will multiply with bacteria. This makes the food easily spoiled and inedible. However, low temperature storage and transportation can inhibit the reproduction of bacteria, to ensure that the food will not spoil and damage. Freshliance wireless temperature data logger is ideal for this.
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