Category: Food Safety

Cloud Technology for Food Safety

Food Safety standards are rising across the globe. With the supply chain of ingredients under the microscope like never before, implementing preventative measures to combat foodborne illnesses and to meet industry regulations is now more important than ever. Food suppliers and food retailers must focus on protecting their customers. The introduction of Food Safety Modernization

PAR IoT

PAR has focused on food safety with its SureCheck product line over the last 6 years with many key customers with high focus on Food Safety. Over the last two years, PAR has added Internet of Things (IoT) Commercial Refrigeration monitoring and has recently rolled out the latest technology with multiple IoT sensor types. PAR

The ROI of IoT

On December 4th, PAR hosted a webinar highlighting the newest addition to our SureCheck Food Safety platform, called PAR IoT, which is a complete digital remote monitoring platform to protect key investments for restaurants, and food operators.   In this webinar, Barb Sullivan, PAR Technology’s Senior Product Manager for SureCheck, and Jim Gelose, PAR’s Senior

Food Safety IOT

Food Safety standards are rising across the globe. With the supply chain of ingredients under the microscope like never before, implementing preventative measures to combat foodborne illnesses and to meet industry regulations is now more important than ever. Food suppliers and food retailers must focus on protecting their customers. The introduction of Food Safety Modernization

food safety procedures

Food Safety standards are rising across the globe. With the supply chain of ingredients under the microscope like never before, implementing preventative measures to combat foodborne illnesses and to meet industry regulations is now more important than ever. Foodborne illnesses continue to be on the rise, prompted by consumers’ demand for fresh, rapidly prepared meals.

food safety culture

In essence, food safety fundamentally revolves around individual human behavior. Human behavior in turn, is largely driven by culture. To successfully develop a food safety culture, an operation must possess impeccable leadership and incorporate the highest standards of food safety. How do you convince management to buy-in to this concept? Many times, food companies will

Cheap peanut oil marketed as extra virgin olive oil. Melamine in milk. White tuna sushi that’s actually escolar, a toxic fish that’s banned in Japan. Food fraud is more common than most people think! Food fraud is the intentional mislabeling of a food product, usually for the purpose of economic gain. This can happen in

convenience store food safety

At what point did consumers decide to drive right past the colorful signs and convenient drive-through lanes of national food chains, and opt for dinner from the grocery store and the gas station? That tipping point is telling. It might have to do with consumers seeking convenience (fill the tank, grab a sub) or variety