JRI MyFoodCheck mobile temperature checks app
JRI has developed the MyFoodCheck mobile app for temperature checks to assist food production operations with food safety procedures and the implementation of quality control plans.
The application is designed to automate food temperature readings and proactively detect temperature excursions at each stage of the food production process: during the receipt of goods, the storage, the cooking, and hot and cold storage of food and cook-chill.
The secure, digital paper-based HACCP solution works in conjunction with the Bluetooth-connected Bluetherm One thermometer. It transmits the temperature measurements directly to the application via a tablet or smartphone. If the tolerances are exceeded, a list of corrective actions is suggested, allowing the operator to make quick decisions.
Available on Google Play and soon on iTunes, the app provides multiple benefits.
It saves time as temperature readings are automated; consequently, food safety risks across the organisation can be reduced.
The app creates detailed reports required for HACCP documentation which is always up to date for audit purposes. Weekly PDF and activity reports are generated to ensure traceability of measurements and corrective actions can be taken if required.
The app can be used in conjunction with the JRI MySirius monitoring platform, which automatically carries out 24/7 recording and alarming of fridges, freezers, cool rooms and ovens using the latest IoT devices. Operators can activate the FoodCheck tab in their account and allow all collected data in the app to be automatically synchronised, backed up and available at any time on the JRI MySirius web platform.
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