Perishable losses due to faulty temperature control can have a devastating effect on a food producer’s financial status, and could potentially impact customer health. Fruits, vegetables, meats, seafood, dairy, beverages, grains, and other ingredients can all be at risk.
In this valuable case study webinar, Food Quality & Safety addresses waste problems and the latest advances to prevent such issues.
- Marley Spoon, a meal kit delivery service company operating in Europe, Australia, and the United States understands how slight variance in temperature can be the difference between thousands of meals, and thousands of dollars in waste.
- Marley Spoon’s Sydney operation narrowly avoided a huge stock loss. One Saturday night, a cold room door wasn’t closed properly in one of its distribution centers. The temperature in the cold room, which contained more than $100k of produce, started to rise, and no one was on site at the time.
- Fortunately, Marley Spoon had already invested in automated inspections with SafetyCulture Sensors, which triggered an alert to Sofia Dias, head of quality & safety at Marley Spoon. She received a text message alerting her that the temperatures were headed outside of critical range.
- After receiving the alert, Ms. Dias sent someone to investigate. She had the problem resolved within the hour.
- Learn how Marley Spoon set up sensors at iAuditor to achieve peace of mind that their inventory would be protected, even with no one on site.
In this webinar, Food Quality & Safety addresses temperature control methods that you can apply to your businesses to ensure that your stock (and your customers) are safe. Join us to learn more about:
- Safety and financial implications;
- The best options for temperature monitoring;
- How to ensure a sensors network is best applied to your business; and
- How software can apply to other compliance solutions.
Sofia Dias, Food Safety & Quality Assurance Manager
Harry Hamilton, Product Manager
Moderated by Samara E. Kuehne, Professional Editor, Food Quality & Safety.
This session is followed by a Q&A.
This webinar is sponsored by SafetyCulture.