|10-19-2017 09:31 AM CET - Industry, Real Estate & Construction||
What Do You Need to Know About FSMA?
Press release from: CAS DataLoggers
FDA Enforcement Began Last Month—Is Your Business Ready?
As of last month, FSMA (the Food Safety Modernization Act) is now being enforced by the FDA, and Food & Beverage companies are scrambling to comply with its mandate that every perishable product needs continual temperature monitoring. But how can you get started?
The cold chain specialists at CAS DataLoggers can help!
With just a call to one of our Application Engineers, you’ll get experienced help on which temperature monitoring devices are ideal for your individual application. We have wired and wireless systems to collect the temperature data of your product or environment, giving you proof of best practices to give to inspectors. Our Cold Chain solutions are both affordable and easy to use, making them ideal for Food & Beverage applications.
FSMA Enforcement—What Do You Need to Know?
FSMA requires Food & Beverage manufacturers, warehouses, and shippers to prove PQ and best practices via electronic documentation. Most commonly this means using a temperature monitoring system or temperature data logger to monitor the product using an internal or external sensor (usually a thermocouple).
As of October 2017, all FSMA compliance deadlines have passed, so this sweeping regulation is now being actively enforced in businesses across America.
FSMA applies to:
• Commercially-sold Food & Beverages
• Pasteurized Milk
• Produce Safety
• Animal Food
• Receiving Facilities
• and more.
These regulations are mandatory for large retail chains and small businesses alike!
If you’re a small business and price is a concern, we have several lines of affordable temperature monitoring systems offering the full range of features allowing you to prove your best practices. We have systems from trusted manufacturers which automatically log temperature data, making it easy to achieve regulatory compliance.
Food Preparation and Safety:
We also offer a range of Food Temperature Data Loggers for commercial kitchens and buffets.
The RTR-601 Food Core Temperature Data Logger from T&D is ideal for HACCP-compliant temperature management for food safety. Its water- and oil-proof design (IP68 rating) makes it ideal for use in food-processing environments. With just the push of a button, the device records temperature, measurement time, user, item, and upper/lower limit judgment results.
Recorded temperature data in the T&D RTR-601 can be periodically collected by the Base Unit (RTR-500NW/500AW) via wireless communication and automatically sent to a designated e-mail address or an FTP server. This makes it perfect for seamless temperature management.
The Temperature Monitoring Experts:
At CAS DataLoggers, our temperature monitoring solutions ensure that products are all stored and transported in the correct temperature conditions. We also supply secure temperature monitoring and alarm notification systems for warehouses and other product storage facilities.
From spot-checks of food core temperature to monitoring and recording temperatures at every link of the cold chain, we can help you choose the monitoring system that best fits your needs.
We have the industry’s most complete selection of data logging equipment, with hundreds of different models from more than 18 manufacturers. With data loggers from 1 to 300 channels we can record temperature, humidity, force/strain, pressure, flow, voltage, current, resistance, vibration and other digital signals, in connection with serial (RS-232/RS-485), CAN/OBD or SDI-12 devices. We sell directly to end users and also work through a network of distributors and resellers throughout the United States, Canada, Central and South America.
We have been in business for over 20 years, and actively involved in selling data loggers and real-time systems since 2001. Our staff has over 100 years of total experience with different types of data acquisition and test and measurement equipment.
Computer Aided Solutions, LLC
8437 Mayfield Rd., Unit 104
Chesterland, OH 44026
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