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DHagar
DHagar
1/3/2017 8:56:24 PM
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Re: sensors + monitoring = genius
@faryl, there we go - opportunities already with IoT for 2017!  Sounds great!

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faryl
faryl
12/31/2016 9:40:54 PM
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Re: sensors + monitoring = genius
I'll add that to my New Years resolutions! :)

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DHagar
DHagar
12/30/2016 5:08:52 PM
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@faryl, sounds good - we should create a partnership!

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faryl
faryl
12/29/2016 10:47:02 PM
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That's one of the downsides of being vegetarian!

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faryl
faryl
12/29/2016 10:12:39 PM
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That's a brilliant idea. Someone needs to start a kickstarter!

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DHagar
DHagar
12/13/2016 8:12:02 PM
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Re: sensors + monitoring = genius
@Ariella, great point about the importance of washing fresh fruits and vegetables.  The fresh food handling is key!

This technology sounds like a great monitoring, as well as documentation, capability to advance and keep our food safer. 

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DHagar
DHagar
12/13/2016 8:09:53 PM
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Re: sensors + monitoring = genius
@faryl - oh my - no fun!  Yes, I agree that the food handling - including the cross contamination for meats, vegetables, fruit, can truly create a harmful environment.

Sounds like we should put sensors on the knives to register "already used" for possible contamination?

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Ariella
Ariella
12/12/2016 1:57:06 PM
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@faryl You can also pick it up from a salad for the same reason. While people think raw foods are safer, they fail to realize that cooking typically kills the bacteria tha can infect you. If your fruit or veggies remain raw, there's nothing to kill the potential harm. So you have to have really high standards for those things. I suppose that Iot can help with that, but all the tech cannot substitute from people being careful about how they handle food.

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Michelle G
Michelle G
12/10/2016 3:15:53 PM
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@Kelsey You're probably right about that. I could see the monitoring boost sales. I wonder if it would really lead to fewer health code violations.

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faryl
faryl
12/9/2016 11:08:01 PM
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The worst food poisoning I ever got was from a smoothie - the doctor said it was probably cross-contamination from the knives used to cut the melon :-/

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