Every restaurant, takeaway and caterer should have food safety as their highest priority. No one will care how good your food looked or tasted if it gives them food poisoning.

LogTags for Food Safety


How well is your refrigeration working?

In a busy kitchen, the refrigerators, freezers and coolrooms take a hammering. Constant opening and closing of doors, hot food being placed inside, and the occasional door left open can all spell trouble for food being stored inside.

“Potentially Hazardous Foods” have a temperature Danger Zone between 5° and 60°C where bacterial growth is at its most rapid. If food spends even a few hours in this range, it can spoil and make your customers ill.


Find problems before they start

A LogTag will help you detect refrigeration issues before they cause problems. The graphs produced by the LogTag software make it really easy to see patterns in temperature that indicate poor practices or faulty equipment.

What is your reputation worth?

You could have fantastic food handling practices, but if someone makes a complaint about the safety of your food, you’ll still need to be able to prove that at-risk foods were correctly stored. A LogTag makes that easy.

Should I throw it out?

Last night the cleaner unplugged the refrigerator to power his floor scrubber. Is it OK to keep the food inside? Your LogTag data will give you an answer that could save you thousands in lost stock, or even more in lost reputation.

Which LogTag?

For most kitchens and caterers wanting to measure refrigeration, the standard LogTag is your best bet. It has a temperature range of -30°C to 80°C with an accuracy of 0.1°.

If you are measuring the temperature of hot food, you may want to look at a LogTag with an external probe. The probe can go into the water of a bain marie, for instance, and give an accurate picture of keep-hot equipment. The probes are food grade stainless steel.

If you are transporting food, a LogTag with a built-in display can clearly show your recipients the maximum temperature the shipment reached on its journey, allowing for simple, trustworthy handovers.