Promoting food safety with Bluetooth thermometers

Cooks at a restaurant looking at the menu on a tablet computer A significant concern within the restaurant industry surrounds proper food temperatures for storage, holding, and cooking purposes. Advancements in technology are proving to be beneficial for more efficient restaurant operations, as well as the prevention of foodborne illness. There are a variety of thermometers on the market with Bluetooth capabilities, which often connect to apps on a smartphone, tablet, or computer. Features of Bluetooth thermometers include:
  • Maintain high standards by eliminating food safety risk
  • Eliminate manual errors with digital temperature readings
  • Identify undercooked food items before serving
  • Receive a notification when temperature falls outside of the safe range
  • Decrease the risk of cross-contamination
  • Reduce procedure time and increase efficiency

 

Sources:

https://safetyculture.com/capture-temperature-bluetooth-thermometers/

http://blog.zenput.com/bluetooth-thermometer-probe-the-next-generation-of-food-safety

Cooks at a restaurant looking at the menu on a tablet computer
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