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Data Loggers for Food Processing

Data Loggers

Food Processing

In order to ensure the quality and safety of the final product, it is important to monitor the conditions in which food is processed and stored. MadgeTech data loggers can be used to monitor and record the cooking, shipping, and storage of food products. The product line features devices which can be placed in an oven to monitor the entire cooking cycle, wireless models which can measure, record, and wirelessly transmit data, and even devices with LCD screens for real-time monitoring.

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Eating healthy is hard, but the slightest change in diet can make all the difference. That's why the Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital in Detroit, Michigan has stopped relying on local growers and has taken it upon themselves to make sure their patients are eating well year-round. To make that possible the hospital built a 1,500 square-foot greenhouse, making it the only hospital-based greenhouse in the nation.

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More than a month after dog food sickened one woman's four dogs, killing one, a recall has been issued for Evanger's best-selling food. It was back on New Year's Eve when a Washington woman fed her four pugs Evanger's canned Hunk of Beef with au jus. Shortly after, they began "acting drunk" and were taken to veterinarian where they were placed in the intensive care unit.

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With the Super Bowl countdown on, homes around the country are busy planning their menus for the big day. It comes as no surprise then that Super Bowl Sunday is the second largest food consumption day in America, coming in second only to Thanksgiving. More than 1.3 billion chicken wings alone will be consumed, washed down with nearly 325 million gallons of beer.

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