Monthly Archives: September 2016

Letting Go of the Old Paper-Based Food Temperature Record-Keeping Method

For the past 50 years, quality control technicians have recorded temperature measurements at food processing plants with paper and a pencil on a clipboard. The technician would later either enter data manually into a local database or file the paper in an antiquated filing cabinet. Filing systems contained numerous reports from suppliers, spreadsheets, PDFs, etc.…
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FSMA: Automated Temperature Control Systems Facilitate Compliance

    It’s imperative for food manufacturers to be compliant with FSMA regulations. The FSMA’s strong focus on preventative measures requires accurate data tracking, management and control. Cloud-based technologies are now available to help manufacturers meet requirements while working to limit and prevent foodborne illness outbreaks. Here are some tips on what to look for…
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