Regulatory Requirements Applicable to Food Manufacturers

HACCP procedures, the food hygiene package and cold chain compliance call for the implementation of means to control the temperature of foodstuffs and ensure their preservation.
Regulation (EC) No. 37/2005 requires the recording of temperatures. Means of transport and storage of quick-frozen foodstuffs must be equipped with a temperature recording system which complies with Standard EN 12830.
Regulation (EC) 852/2004 on Food Hygiene requires that temperatures during food storage and handling are maintained at appropriate levels, and are checked and recorded.
In parallel, Regulation (EC) No. 37/2005 requires that recording instruments for the transportation, storage and distribution of refrigerated, frozen and quick-frozen foodstuffs and ice creams are checked periodically in accordance with Standard EN 13486.

Monitoring the Food Cold Chain

In compliance with Standard EN 12830, the cold chain monitoring solutions offered by JRI help to meet the regulatory requirements and HACCP procedures applicable to food industry professionals.
The SPY RF system is an ideal solution for monitoring environmental conditions of manufacturing processes (ovens, freezers, quality control laboratories, etc.) and storage in cold storage warehouses.
JRI provides a variety of solutions to ensure temperature traceability during the transportation of your products to retailers, restaurants and catering facilities - from simple temperature indicators to automated systems with geolocation.


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