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Data Loggers for Meat & Poultry Processes

Data Loggers

Meat and Poultry Processing

MadgeTech data loggers can be used to measure and record the temperature and humidity of meat products during cooking, cooling, shipping and storage. Available in both standalone and wireless models, these durable devices provide an ideal solution for validating meat processes. The wireless series streamlines data collection by measuring, recording and wirelessly transmitting readings back to a central computer for real time monitoring. If the data received is out of a safe range, the system can be configured to send an email, text message or screen alarm. MadgeTech's meat data loggers provide an easy and efficient way to collect data, and assist users in complying with USDA regulations.

MadgeTech data loggers for meat products are suitable for meat cooking validation, meat cooling validation and smokehouse validation. Find in our collection humidity and temperature data loggers, oven data loggers and beef jerky data loggers. Many of these data loggers are ideal for oven temperature mapping, internal meat temperature monitoring, come with easy to use software and are available at an affordable price.

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New research is providing food safety experts such as the FDA and CDC with a valuable tool to fight foodborne illness: the sequenced genome of Bacillus cereus. The study, carried out by a team of Cornell scientists led by Dr. Jasna Kovac, empowers regulators to make far more informed decisions about when to recall potentially contaminated food.

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With the growing popularity of plant-based diets, the market for meat substitutes in the United States is bigger than it has ever been. Nishi restaurant in Manhattan, part of James Beard Award winning chef David Chang's vast empire, currently takes the cake – or, rather, the bun – for having the most intriguing veggie burger on the market. Nishi's "Impossible Burger," engineered in Silicon Valley, doesn't just taste like beef; it bleeds like beef.

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MadgeTech President, Norman Carlson, is packing his bags and heading to Corpus Christi, Texas August 4-6 for the Texas Association of Meat Processors Convention (TAMP). The annual convention is designed to bring plants, suppliers, and industry experts together to expose attendees to helpful technology and solutions for the regulatory issues facing meat processors.

At the show, MadgeTech will be showcasing several data logging devices and systems specifically designed for meat processing applications and help them comply with HACCP regulations and USDA standards. MadgeTech offers a selection of wireless monitoring solutions, to continuously measure and record cooking, cooling and storage processes. The rugged line of stainless steel, submersible data loggers can withstand high temperature exposure and offer a multitude of probe options and styles.

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On Wednesday of this week, the USDA recalled more than four tons of ground beef originating from a farm in MadgeTech's home state of New Hampshire. Beef from the North Haverhill farm is at the heart of an E. coli outbreak that has sickened at least 14 in the region since mid-June. The effects of the recall will be felt throughout New England, as tainted beef from the offending farm has already been shipped to Maine, Massachusetts, and Vermont.

The New Hampshire outbreak coincides with an ongoing struggle against E. coli-infected flour, which has sickened at least 46 people in 21 states since December. Although the outbreaks are unrelated, they both speak to the importance of food safety and the necessity of maintaining proper temperatures during the processing and transportation of food products.

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