Freezing chicken could reduce risk of Campylobacter
Food safety experts at Public Health England have suggested that freezing chickens during processing for human consumption could help to massively reduce the numbers of people catching the food poisoning bug campylobacter.
According to local health authorities, there are around… Continue reading
Frozen or fast food – which is healthier?
Whilst many (wrongly) believe that frozen food is less healthy than its fresh counterpart, a new study published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics has shown that people who regularly eat frozen meals consume 253 fewer… Continue reading
Global eradication of polio imminent, as long as cold chain is maintained
Experts are this month celebrating a major milestone in the global eradication of polo, but warn that problems with the cold chain can still render vaccines ineffective.
According to the US Centres for Diseases, the second of the three forms… Continue reading
What is wireless temperature monitoring?
Two of the questions we often get asked are ‘What is wireless temperature monitoring?’ and ‘How could wireless temperature monitoring help my company?’.
Wireless temperature monitoring is quite self-explanatory once you understand what it is used for. The Abacus Guardian… Continue reading
‘Click and Collect’ temperature controlled lockers introduced at Waitrose
Waitrose have become the first supermarket chain in the UK to trial automated, temperature – controlled lockers for online grocery orders.
The supermarket has set up its first trial locations in TfL London Underground Stations Chorleywood and Ickenham. Orders will… Continue reading
What is data logging?
Data logging or monitoring, put simply, is the process of collecting, analysing and saving data.
Data logging is used in monitoring systems where it is impossible, or unproductive for a human to collect the information. The systems used are also… Continue reading