Improve Pet Food Safety with Temperature Monitoring
By: CAS DataLoggers
FSMA (the Food Safety Modernization Act)—has already begun to be enforced for large pet food manufacturers in an effort to improve pet food safety. As part of the FDA's food safety mandate, FSMA requires that animal food processors produce electronic temperature documentation at every link of the cold chain.
Businesses are turning to a cost-effective way to ensure supply chain traceability. T&D temperature data loggers can help you to prove best practices in accordance with your written preventive controls plan, and to avoid recalls! These simple compliance solutions are easy to use, log temperature automatically, and are designed to operate in any industrial environment.
What Do You Need to Know About FSMA?
More importantly, FSMA also allows the FDA to issue a mandatory recall of food products if necessary. This means that pet food manufacturers are now responsible for documenting product temperature, and for setting an alarm system to notify personnel of temperature excursions for better pet food safety.
At CAS DataLoggers, many of our Food & Beverage customers use T&D temperature data loggers to monitor their supply chains for regulatory compliance.
Wireless Temperature Data Loggers
It's easy to download recorded temperature data from the T&D RTR-501 Wireless Temperature Data Logger (https://www.dataloggerinc.com/
Standalone WiFi/Bluetooth Models Available
Wireless systems with remote monitoring capability allow you to get immediate temperature alarms anytime, anywhere. The TR-71wb WiFi/Bluetooth Temperature Data Logger (https://www.dataloggerinc.com/
Store Data Online
Now you can view data and receive alarms no matter where you are from your mobile device or a PC! T&D's free WebStorage Service (http://www.webstorage-
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