Thermometers are hot. Rising concerns over food safety are causing supermarket operators to focus more of their attention on temperature-monitoring technologies. From simple bimetallic thermometers to electronic thermistors and thermocouples, retailers are seeking to address in-store concerns over food-borne pathogens, like listeria monocytogenes, E. coli 0157H:7 and viruses. Looking ahead, wireless radio-frequency systems are seen as a way of increasing precision while saving costs in ...

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