Accelerating the time to market of their products is one of the key objectives of most food manufacturers, as it means delivering fresher products of very high quality much faster to the consumer – saving time and money and increasing customer satisfaction.
Temperature sensors monitor the most common quality metric in the manufacturing industry: temperature. These temperature measurement devices play a key role in ensuring temperature conditions are constantly kept at an optimal...
Raw materials are a cornerstone of your final food product. It is, therefore, essential that these ingredients meet your quality specifications as well as regulatory food safety standards to ensure that you deliver high-quality end products...
Digitising your quality management and production management improves workflow efficiency, decreases costs, increases visibility, and reduces business risk.
Covid-19 vaccinations started to roll out beginning of December with the United Kingdom being the first country administering a Covid-19 vaccine after national regulators had given emergency authorisation, followed by countries such as the United States of America and Canada.
Hot summer days regularly lead to cold storage breakdowns that can happen across the whole cold chain – in supermarket freezers and refrigerated distribution centres as well as in cooled transportation units.
Foodborne illness outbreaks can have serious health consequences for customers. The involved food businesses also often face high costs as well as significant reputation damage.
As patients depend on their medications and vaccines and costs are high, storing these at optimal temperatures is obligatory to preserve them and minimise risk. Pharmacists are also required to perform regular temperature control checks to be compliant. However, in a busy environment serving customers, manual safety compliance takes up a significant proportion of pharmacists’ time that could be spent more efficiently.
With the help of iMonitor’s Food Safety Plan software, Oh Calcutta digitized all food safety tasks like critical control point checks and supplier checks, cleaning checklists or training records and achieved more visibility on all quality processes. Meena uses daily reporting on her dashboard to ensure that all employees have completed their duties and to ensure that front of house and kitchen staff are in sync. The fully transparent status of all food safety processes makes her identify potential weaknesses in the business and facilitates food safety education.
If the installation and implementation of a Continuous Monitoring and Management system is on your organisational radar, then it’s a good idea to have a clear view of the work to be completed.
Best practice is to install a wireless automated monitoring solution in areas where sensitive products are transported, stored or in use, that transmits data to an...
Food safety control is a time-consuming job for large hospitality businesses, particularly when it is still done with pen and paper. Multi-site hospitality businesses can save significant time and reduce costs by digitizing their food safety management.When Auckland Council made temperature monitoring of fridges containing perishable foods compulsory, Matt Farley, Group Chef of AUT Hospitality Services, started to look at fresh ways to implement the new requirements without hindering staff from performing other key tasks like serving their customers.
Varden is on a mission to rid the world of packaging made of plastics and other materials that end up as waste. They use iMonitor to keep their pilot factory tidy and paper-free and to help achieve food safety certification.
As a social enterprise, Eat My Lunch continuously tries to find ways to improve its operations to keep the costs as low as possible. The team identified digitisation of the paper forms needed for production and quality management as an opportunity to improve process efficiencies and reduce production costs.