Refrigeration temperature monitoring is important for Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) compliance, particularly in the context of food safety.
Monitoring food temperature during the cook-chill process is essential for several important reasons:
Using OneEvent for proper refrigeration temperature monitoring plays a crucial role in supporting sustainability in several ways:
According to a report by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in 2019, commercial refrigeration accounted for approximately 11% of the total electricity consumption in the retail sector in the United States. How OneEvent saves our clients money, every day:
When a refrigerator or freezer door is left open, it can lead to energy wastage as the appliance works harder to maintain the desired temperature. The exact amount of energy wasted depends on various factors.
Refrigeration monitoring is crucial for food safety for several reasons. Here are six of them.
In the United States, the FDA and the USDA provide guidelines and regulations for food safety, including refrigeration monitoring. Here are some standards related to refrigeration monitoring in the U.S.
Drug Store News Interviews with OneEvent Technologies CEO Kurt Wedig on cold storage temperature monitoring technologies for the pharmacy industry.
The benefits of predictive analytics are proving effective at preventing potentially disastrous excursions and expensive off-hours or urgent repair.
Earlier this year, OneEvent began generating customer alerts based upon the patent-pending predictive analytics.