Next Generation Temperature Monitoring for Food Distributors


Monitor your cold chain with the world's leading
product temperature simulation technology


veroFresh™ is a SaaS solution providing simulated product temperatures through the supply chain, enabling companies to better assess the impact of storage temperatures on products and to eliminate waste.

veroFresh™ Global Traction

2.5+ Million

Annual Deliveries


4

Continents


500000

Thermal Readings Analyzed Daily


See the benefits of monitoring food quality with veroFresh™ for your food distribution operations

Accurate Product-Level Temperature Data

Statistically proven to be more accurate than human probed readings

Automated Workflow

No more driver probing. veroFresh™ temperatures are monitored remotely with minimal human intervention.

Continuous Monitoring

Product temperatures are recorded continously throughout the delivery with hundreds or thousands of data points

Cost Savings

Save on labor, hardware repair and maintenance, and lost loads due to spoilage

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Trusted by the most quality-conscious distributors

"veroFresh™ helps us to meet our own best in class standards for quality and service. At GSF, we strive to be leaders in the food distribution industry by exceeding food quality expectations and going above and beyond the current FSMA regulations."

Tim Bates, Director of Corporate Quality Systems
Golden State Foods


How it Works

Software that takes storage air temperature and converts it to a highly accurate, customized simulated product temperature

FAQ

Why is monitoring storage air temperature not enough?
Air temperatures matter to the extent that they affect the core temperature of the food products themselves. During multi-stop deliveries, it is often impossible for a human to accurately assess how fluctuating air temperatures may or may not have affected the core temperature of the product and any risks to food quality.
How accurate are simulated product temperatures?
Typically, veroFresh temperatures can be dialed into about 1°C of actual product temperatures. The technology has been statistically proven to be more accurate than alternative methods such as manual probing, a practice that lends itself to significant data inaccuracies and inconsistencies due to human error and bias.
Does it matter where the product is placed on the truck?
Because veroFresh™ provides temperatures based on the worst-case scenario of a product, you can be sure that if the veroFresh™ temperature is in spec, then all of the product temperatures are in spec no matter where the product is located on the pallet or trailer.
How do you know the starting temperature of the products?
Most commonly, customers take a manual probe at the beginning of the delivery day and use that temperature as the starting temp of the day's routes. There are several ways to do it. During on-boarding we partner with your operations and logistics teams to deploy best practices from our experience.
How do you monitor temperatures if there are different products on the same truck?
We can monitor as many products as desired in all temperature zones. Typically our customers will choose to monitor products that are most sensitive to temperature changes, ensuring that if they are within acceptable temperature ranges, then so is everything else.
How do integrations work?
We will set up an API integration with your 3rd party sensors or systems to pull the necessary raw data into the veroFresh™ servers. Please contact us to receive further details on the API functionality and minimum requirements.
How does pricing work?
Our pricing structure consists of one-time implementation fees and an ongoing monthly service fee. Implementation fees cover integrations, thermal profiles and per site setup. The ongoing monthly service fee is charged either per refrigerated asset or per delivery route. Final price quote is based on a customer's unique needs.
Are simulated product temperatures legally acceptable?
Yes, if agreed upon by the shipper and carrier. The FDA has removed prescriptive requirements for temperature monitoring devices and continuous monitoring of temperature during transport and replaced these provisions with a more flexible approach which allows the shipper and carrier to agree to a temperature monitoring mechanism for shipments of food that require temperature control for safety. See a Summary of the Major Provisions of the FSMA Sanitary Transport Rule.

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