When it comes to the implementation and documentation of food safety, many retailers still rely on lots of staff and even more paper. And yet this topic can be solved smarter, more efficiently and with a fraction of the resources – with testo Saveris Food Stores. With digital quality handbooks and the automated temperature monitoring of all products requiring refrigeration or deep-freezing, the digital quality management system supports the implementation of quality checks and documents compliance with the requirements in a central data base. This gives you certainty of the safety of your foods at all times and from anywhere.
Digital quality management for food safety in supermarkets and gas stations
The three components of testo Saveris Food Stores
Reliable recording of quality data.
Analyze and document data and processes.
Your support for set-up, operation and servicing.
Legal as well as company requirements can be transparently integrated into work processes.
Foods are prepared more safely, and staff are guided step by step through the quality checks.
Savings thanks to automated monitoring and efficient processing of quality checks.
Fast overview of planned and implemented quality checks.
“Reliable and seamless monitoring from anywhere at any time enables you to take a proactive rather than reactive approach to managing your food quality. As a food safety professional with 2 decades of experience measuring the execution of food quality and food safety programs, I can appreciate how testo Saveris Food Stores enables a more preventative approach in controlling food quality and safety.”
Eric Moore, Certified Professional – Food Safety
Director of Food Safety and Regulatory Compliance, Testo North America
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