Temperature monitoring in catering service Multi-use temperature data logger with an LCD screen
Catering is not just about preparing food and serving it to people. Many things go into the whole catering process, e.g. planning, designing and managing the consistency of food quality. Apart from other factors such as budget and managerial services, people choose caterers for their standard of hygiene and quality of cuisine. Temperature is one of the most important parameters in the food industry, not only for compliance but also for food safety and product quality. Different food types, processing, storage and transportation have different temperature requirements. The catering industry also has different temperature requirements for different parts of the process. In order to ensure food safety and meet the legal and regulatory requirements for temperature, food and catering companies must use the appropriate thermometers to measure and monitor the temperature of each process. The key to food safety is the ability to properly record temperatures from farm to fork.
The most common cause of the foodborne disease is failure to deploy a temperature monitoring system and keeping raw materials below or above the recommended temperature for longer than the suggested time. Serving good quality food to your customers according to the food safety standards is very important for your business. All food should be kept, cooked and cooled at the recommended temperatures to ensure this. Storing hot or cold food at the right temperature is another essential factor to consider in safeguarding it from airborne contaminants. To ensure that these guidelines are correctly followed, you need to take note of the temperature in real-time and ensure that fluctuations do not go unchecked. This can be done by using an automated temperature monitoring system.
TagPlus-T is a multi-use temperature data logger with an LCD screen for easy viewing of temperature data. In this device, parameters can be configured by a professional user before use. Complete trip history is recorded and downloaded as encrypted reports with summary data, graphs, and tables, the report can be directly read by PC at the destination. And the temporary mode allows the device to continue working after users have generated and read the temporary report. This USB Temperature Sensor is an ideal choice for in-transit records of the temperature changes of sensitive goods.