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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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Extracting cells from humans has become normal in today's society as scientists search to cure debilitating and deadly diseases. The process is acceptable because it's saving human lives, right? But what if the same process could be used to save animal's lives, without humans having to sacrifice the taste of meat. Would you eat it?

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Federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulators are often caught between two competing ideals: protecting consumer health and giving the people what they want. In recent years, this struggle has increasingly been reflected in the regulation of milk. Many consumers believe that unpasteurized, unhomogenized "raw" milk is cleaner and more nutritious than its processed counterpart, but sale of raw milk remains federally banned. Now, entering a presidential administration that has promised across the board reduction in regulations, the market for raw milk may be poised to expand.

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Before you reach for a snack, make sure it hasn't been recalled! Dozens of products including candy, chips, baking mixes, even macaroni and cheese have been recalled due to salmonella contamination at a powdered milk plant. Valley Milk Products LLC provides ingredients to big companies like Hostess and Palmer Candy, who also produce private label products under the Publix brand and Walmart's "The Bakery" brand.

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Did you know that only 10% of the world's perishable food is refrigerated? It may come as a surprise, but the refrigerated trucks and cold storage warehouses ubiquitous in post-industrial developed countries are not the norm in the developing world, where much of global hunger occurs. A study funded by air conditioning and refrigeration giant Carrier suggests that expanding cold chain technology in these countries will benefit farmers, consumers, and the planet.

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It's been a decade since more than 600 people in 47 states got sick after eating peanut butter contaminated with salmonella. Now justice is finally being served to ConAgra who has to dish out the largest criminal fine ever in a U.S food safety case, to the tune of $11 million.

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