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Round-The-Clock Monitoring of Fresh Salmon Throughout an International Cold Chain

Posted by admin on Dec 27, 2017 12:14:06 AM
Objective
Objective

Monitor and record temperatures of fresh salmon fillets at all points in an international cold chain, providing accurate, efficient, detailed data to reduce claims and improve quality.

Strategy

Labeyrie of France imports salmon from Marine Harvest in Norway, requiring temperatures to stay within 0°C to 2°C. ATI’s LOG-IC® 360 technology provides true core temperature monitoring of the salmon with its water-resistant design, around-the-clock recording and detailed, segmented data.

Implementation

The water-resistant, compact design of LOG-IC® 360 loggers allows them to be placed in direct contact with the salmon. Each minute, LOG-IC® 360 records the core temperature, with the temperature points graphically represented every 15 minutes. Alarm ranges capture any excursion exceeding one minute.

Results

Detailed, accurate data based on core temperatures of the salmon, rather than ambient air temperatures, helps Labeyrie reduce claims, quickly identify and respond to weak points in the cold chain and take long-term corrective action.

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