Produce temperature protection with crop-level data
August 15, 2018
In the world of produce, temperature is critical.
Awareness of temperature changes can be the difference between a quality product, and a heat-damaged one. The implications run deep: health and safety, profits and supplier reputation are all on the line– and supermarket demand for quality produce is only increasing.
With the right data, agribusinesses can make informed decisions about which products to consume early in a production cycle, and which to leave in stock to make sure the very best products reach customers at the right time.
With granular real-time data from 30MHz, the Consus Fresh Produce Temperature Protection System makes it easy to remotely view the temperature status of any pallet, and set custom proactive notifications to monitor shelf life, and know when a product is at risk.
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