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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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In the United States, there are several foodborne illnesses linked to meat, causing dozens of outbreaks that send thousands of people to the hospital each year. Common culprits such as e. coli, listeria, salmonella and campylobacter are not only present in living animals, but processing environments could also encourage the growth of these harmful pathogens.

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The perfect tool for production and processing environments is making its debut to food industry professionals from May 8 – 11. MadgeTech will be showcasing the new Titan S8 Portable Data Acquisition Logger at the 2017 Food Safety Summit at the Donald Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, Illinois.

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MadgeTech is heading to the Windy City to showcase data logging solutions specifically designed to help food processors comply with food safety regulations. The 2017 Food Safety Summit will take place from May 8 – 11 at the Donald Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, Illinois.

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The winners for the most reported bacterial foodborne illnesses of 2016 have been released by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. According to their Foodborne Diseases Active Surveillance Network, FoodNet, campylobacter and salmonella were to blame for a majority of the reported 24,029 illnesses, 5,512 hospitalizations and 98 deaths in the United States.

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