Mar 10, 2020, 3:24 PM
Each month, the average American household spends over $600 on food, most of which is fresh and frozen foods from supermarkets, and the rest is purchased out of the home. For this reason, monitoring freezer and refrigerator temperatures in retail food chains is extremely important. Temperature inconsistencies in any of the freezer and refrigerator equipment that stores food in these stores can case foodborne illness, but at the same time it is hard to monitor these units manually with so much else going on within the store. That's where temperature monitoring comes in.