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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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MadgeTech will be showcasing state-of-the-art data logging systems at the Midwest Food Processors Association’s Annual Convention in Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin from November 29th through December 1st. This event is the perfect opportunity for food processors to explore MadgeTech’s line of monitoring solutions designed specifically for USDA regulation compliance and HACCP programs.

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Thanksgiving is a time for family and friends to gather around the table and give thanks. As much as we enjoyed the turkey and all the fixing last Thursday, many refrigerators are still overflowing leftovers! Each year 1 in 6 Americans, or 48 million people, get a foodborne illness due to improper handling and cooking. Although you may have taken all the safety precautions during preparation and cooking, there are different guidelines to follow when storing your leftovers.

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Everybody's heard the expression "if you can't take the heat, stay out of the kitchen." While that axiom suggests that an aversion to high-temperature cooking is wimpy, an international team of scientists led by the University of Edinburgh has discovered that avoiding those hot kitchens may benefit your heart.

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Sure, your food is making your taste buds happy, but is it making the atmosphere sad?

If you're concerned about the impact your meals are having on the planet, there's good news. A study out of Lancaster University in the UK and RMIT University in Australia has determined the levels of greenhouse gas created by the production of many different foods.

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