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Food safety compliance the easy way

RMONI wireless monitoring technology enables SPAR store owners to comply with food safety legislation in a cost-efficient and time-saving manner. Instead of having to perform manual measurements, the system continuously tracks the temperature inside all cold storage units throughout the supermarket.

Compliance - a time-consuming activity

Spar shop“In order to comply with food safety regulations, the temperature inside refrigeration and frozen food units needs to be inspected on a regular basis,” says Manu Suffeleers, Commercial Director at SPAR Lambrechts. “Performing manual temperature measurements is a time-consuming process, especially when you realize that a SPAR shop easily has at least fifteen to twenty of these units. Entering all of this data into reports for food authorities creates a substantial additional administrative burden.”

An easier way of doing things

Spar shop - measuring“RMONI’s wireless monitoring system provides us with a user-friendly, cost-efficient, and time-saving alternative to this. It uses sensors to permanently monitor temperature inside the cooling units. Temperature data is automatically sent to a central server and can be easily consulted by store owners via the Internet. The system also generates ready-to-use reports for food authorities, and sends out alerts via email or SMS in the event of refrigerator malfunction.”

About Spar

SparLambrechts is a wholesale distributor of food and supplies to over 450 independent neighborhood supermarkets and mini-supermarkets in Belgium. Lambrechts Group employs about 200 people and has a turnover of 140 million euros. Spar International Group is active in 35 countries worldwide and has about 15,000 stores. Belgium boasts some 360 SPAR stores. 
Read more at www.spar.be and www.lambrechts.be.

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