Food Safety NZ
New Zealand Food Safety Solutions
As a food business or an exporter of food and perishable goods, it is important to be aware of Food Safety New Zealand.
What is food safety and why is it important?
Standard 3.2.2 Food Safety Practices and General Requirements outline necessary conditions to comply with to ensure potentially hazardous foods are kept at specified temperatures.
Which foods are potentially hazardous?
When must food be kept under temperature control?
Potentially hazardous food must be received, displayed, transported or stored at either 5 degrees Celsius or colder, or at 60 degrees Celsius or hotter.
If food is not kept under temperature control during the cold chain it could hit the temperature danger zone, which is between 5 degrees celsius and 60 degrees celsius, this can cause food-poisoning bacteria to multiply and become harmful to consumers.
How can the right temperature control improve the shelf life of fresh produce?
HACCP - How we can help you stay compliant with HACCP
How to be in control of your food safety?
At Precision Monitoring, we offer exclusive Emerson products that help food businesses monitor perishable goods during the transport and export processes.
Our products include:
Real-time location and temperature monitoring
Temperature and humidity data loggers
Emerson wireless systems offer 24/7 temperature monitoring allowing you to keep important records for audits leaving you and your staff with less worry and more time to focus on other important areas of your business.
Cold chain visibility
At Precision Monitoring, our software and data analytics helps our customers protect, monitor and track perishable shipments.
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