Neo for Duck Eggs
There’s a growing market for duck eggs, although you might not find them in every supermarket. However, that might not be the case for long. Duck eggs are a favorite niche in certain farmer’s markets, and the market for duck eggs is only growing from here.
Duck eggs tend to bring more profit than your typical chicken eggs, and there’s a good reason for that: they taste just as good, but they also give you a lot more nutrition per bite. The good news is that you can sell and distribute duck eggs just as you would chicken eggs. However, you still need to take all the proper food safety precautions as you would with any other similar foods.
Using the Neo Sensor for Duck Eggs
The Neo sensor is small, adaptable, and perfect for monitoring the conditions you keep duck eggs in. Sensors for duck eggs aren’t commonplace, and that’s just one thing that makes this Neo so unique. You can use this handy sensor for regular storage as well as monitoring conditions during shipping. If you’re going through the HACCP certification process, you know that keeping good records that prove safe food conditions is absolutely essential.
Manually taking temperature and humidity readings is tedious, and less accurate than using a monitoring system. The Neo is the perfect solution for food safety, and streamlined record keeping. The Neo automatically reads and logs both temperature and humidity conditions every minute. Then, these records are safely stored in the iMatrix Cloud system for future reference whenever you need it. And when you use the Neo to monitor shipping eggs, it works much the same. The only difference is that you simply scan the sensor with your smartphone app as your eggs go into the shipping container, and scan it again once your eggs arrive at their destination.
- Extensive temperature and humidity ranges
- Easily ships with egg stores
- Access readings by scanning individual sensors
- Wireless connections span up to 300 feet
- Batteries maintain power for up to 3 years
- Small and unobtrusive for packaging
- Helps maintain food safety records