I was recently asked to make a daily min/max graph. I questioned the wisdom of this and showed how it was built on old compromises that don’t need to exist anymore. It’s time to move on.
Twenty years ago we had domestic fridges with min/max thermometers and had to daily downloads to ensure they weren’t freezing. Now we have vaccine fridges and temperature loggers, and we are still downloading daily. Why?
On a warm autumn day, why does my temperature logger alarm go off for the car? Turns out that I left it in the sun and it actually reached 70°.
I recommend checking out the toilets of a restaurant to see if the staff care about cleanliness (and consequently food safety). When you complain and get fobbed off, however, that’s a totally different level. It doesn’t matter what rules you have in place if the culture is just wrong.
No cause for alarm Modern vaccine refrigerators are fantastic devices and take much of the worry out of storing vaccines
With restaurants facing the consequences of the storms riping through South Australia, is there something that they could have done to help in the difficult decision of keeping or throwing stock away.
Last week we released the eBook version of The Rotten Food Cookbook on Amazon and we reached the Amazon Best
We have the usual suspects as well as a couple of unexpected appearances in our “Top 10 Causes of Food Poisoning”.
Recently we were asked: When are you required (according to the food standards code of Australia and New Zealand) to
What is the danger zone for food temperature? It’s a very simple message, but critical to food safety. This short