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Add a ‘Touch’ of Smart Technology to Improve Food Safety

May 28
15:14 2015

ComarkJune2015Potential danger is hiding as food makes the journey to your customer. Introducing a touch of temperature-monitoring technology at critical junctures, however, can improve food quality – and help independently owned establishments be compliant with the latest food safety regulations.

UK-based Comark Instruments recently introduced the new HACCP Touch, an easy and cost-effective system for caterers, hoteliers and restaurateurs to collect, record and store daily temperatures of critical items as they are received, stored, prepped, cooked and held – or at any other point along the way.

The tamper-proof HACCP Touch even captures corrective actions that are taken when food temperatures are found to be outside of approved safe zones. Reports are available from an accompanying software solution that is both user-friendly and customisable.

ComarkLogoJune2015Users interface with the device through an easy-to-navigate touch screen. It measures temperatures that range as low as -73°C and up to 437°C with an accuracy of 0.5°C. It is also water resistant and highly durable to withstand commercial-grade environments.

Interested in adding a touch of smart technology to your operations? Visit www.comarkinstruments.com, or call +44 (0)844 815 6599 to heat up your temperature-monitoring intelligence.

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