Tinytags Used to Validate Meat Cooking Temperatures
Tinytag data loggers are used during meat processing and cooking to help verify cooking times and temperatures.
Recorded data helps ensure meat products are cooked to pasteurisation and CCP requirements.
York House (Meat Products) Ltd manufactures meat based products for the retail, further manufacturing and restaurant industries. The Company has used Tinytag data loggers for many years as a key part of its quality control procedures. Robust Tinytag Plus 2, Tinytag Splash 2 and Tinytag View 2 loggers are used to achieve key temperature control standards, primarily to verify cooking times and temperatures to ensure products are cooked to pasteurisation requirements. As this is a CCP (Critical Control Point) it is imperative that proven and reliable equipment is used.
Nick Robertson is a Specifications and Technical Service Administrator at York House, liaising with suppliers and customers to ensure written specifications for incoming materials and outgoing finished products are completed in detail. His role involves analysing the recorded data so that cooking times and/or temperature of the product can be adjusted to ensure pasteurisation requirements are met.
Nick comments, "Tinytag data loggers have been used at York House for more than 10 years. This is down to robust design and manufacture, reliability and reasonable cost. I believe will continue to do so for years to come."