“The Packer” features article about Evigence Sensors

The Packer recently featured an article about Evigence Sensors written by Tom Karst.

“Israel-based Evigence Sensors is seeking inroads for its time-temperature sensor in the fresh produce business.

Zach Bluemer, New York-based vice president of sales and business development, said Evigence can add value in the realm of food safety and quality assurance for a number of fresh products, including flowers and fresh produce.

The company has conducted pilots with salad mix and flowers, and also sees potential uses for berries, avocados and other items. The sensors can easily be applied to unit level in the packing process, he said.

The sensors can be calibrated for different time and temperature profiles to match different product profiles, ranging from hours to months.”

Read the full article here.

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