Chocolate Storage Temperature Monitoring During Shipments

dataTaker Protects Transporation of Chocolate CAS DataLoggers supplied the chocolate storage temperature monitoring solution for a chocolate manufacturer experiencing problems when complaints came in from customers occasionally receiving spoiled chocolate products. There were three possible phases where this risk could occur– during manufacturing, transportation, or after the retailer received the chocolate. Since both temperature and … Continued

Temperature Monitoring Grape Vine Weather Conditions

Low-Cost Loggers Monitor Harsh Environmental Conditions for Winery CAS DataLoggers supplied the temperature monitoring solution for a Washington winery concerned about the complex grape vine weather conditions that affected the quality and yield in their vineyard. To protect their grapes from harsh environmental conditions such as mold and frost, the growers planned to conduct a … Continued

Sugar Beet Storage Protected By Data Logging

Squirrel Data Loggers Monitor Sugar Beet Processing CAS DataLoggers provided the data logging solution for UK sugar company British Sugar, which was searching for a high-tech way to prevent their sugar beet storage stock from deteriorating while waiting to be processed into white sugar bound for kitchens and tables around the world. Harvested sugar beets … Continued

Monitoring and Documenting Fruit and Vegetable Transportation

SwiTrace I-Plug Temperature Logger Protects Food Shipments The customer was growing and exporting fruits and vegetables to distribution centers and markets. Almost all varieties of fruits and vegetables in demand were temperature-sensitive, making them highly vulnerable to contamination and spoilage. Maintaining the temperature of these products throughout the cold chain took the highest priority to … Continued

Shipment Temperature Monitoring for Milk Crate Transport

Low-Cost Transit Loggers Meet Food Safety Transportation Standards CAS DataLoggers provided the shipment temperature monitoring solution for a milk supply company. During deliveries to distant receivers, including farmers’ markets and supermarket chains, the milk’s temperature needs to remain at a constant 2-3°C (36-37°F) throughout transit. Otherwise, the milk will be rejected by receivers as unsafe … Continued