Caremometer officially launched and offers a plethora of benefits to the food industry as well as to consumers around the world. The new food safety device offers a never-before-seen way to reduce illnesses due to cross-contamination.
This patented device is a food thermometer case, and while food thermometer cases are already in use and utilized by cooks everywhere, the Caremometer is the very first thermometer case that opens for easy cleaning. Other thermometer cases do not open, creating a buildup of food particles that can capture and grow dangerous bacteria. In this situation, people can become tainted with potentially deadly bacteria that travels from the thermometer to their food.
Caremometer is designed to reduce cross-contamination, and it also has other benefits. The lightweight case can be used with various thermometers, and it can even be adapted to suit thermometers in other fields, such as medicine and science. The Caremometer can save consumer and industry costs associated with food poisoning.
“By simply opening the Caremometer the user can easily clean and sanitize the internal case surfaces. It inhibits the growth of anaerobic bacteria, such as the fatal neurotoxin-producing Clostridium botulinum. The revolutionary Caremometer will greatly reduce the risk and incidence of food poisonings caused by cross-contamination in any kitchen,” says the company’s founder, Anna Knishevitskiy.
“The name ‘Caremometer’ was easy to come up with—we truly care about this industry and its consumers,” says Knishevitskiy. “We recently started a Change.org petition asking The United States Department of Health and Human Services to change the food safety regulations to make Caremometer mandatory so customers will be protected from getting sick.”
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