Cold-Pharma works with the pharmaceutical industry, wholesalers and retailers, food producers and the chemical industry, monitoring cold chains and temperature controlled environments with the goal of helping them sustain the highest standards and reducing waste of their products thus eliminating possible profit loss due to the perishing of merchandise that has lost threshold temperature thanks to a faulty cold chain supply. If you are involved in one of those sectors, read on to see how we can help you access the best cold chain technology to monitor your supply.
How does Cold-Pharma help the Pharmaceutical Industry?
Pharmaceutical merchandise such as: vaccines, insulin or blood-derived products, must comply with the strictest preservation standards throughout the entire cold-chain storage process; they must keep prime temperature levels of their goods at all times during the cold chain, not just during storage but also during transportation from warehouses to retailers and other suppliers.
The primary goal of the industry is to meet the needs of patients who depend on their goods to prevent diseases, preserve their good health and even stay alive; consequently the efficiency of these items cannot be compromised by a faulty cold chain supply system, if only one stage of the manufacturing and distribution process fails then the entire stock may be at risk. The preservation techniques used to preserve the integrity of the items, from the production line onwards, are of the utmost relevance; medicines and vaccines have very sensitive time and temperature thresholds, incorrectly managed and badly preserved stocks may not only become impaired but lethal.
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How does Cold-Pharm help the Food Industry?
Food supplies can be as delicate and temperature sensitive as some vaccines; improper refrigeration or preservation of some merchandise could cause them to decay and even create bacteria in some cases, even the simplest of foods could become a breeding ground for bacteria if the cold chain is is interrupted. Continuity in the cold chain leads to an overall improvement of the quality and taste of food and preserves the integrity of the nutritional properties.
Keeping optimum food preservation, apart from being compulsory for compliance with HACCP standards, protects consumers’ health and statutory rights… but also benefits the retailer; high quality items on the shelves encourage customer loyalty, enhance the reputation of the retailer, protect brand-names and result in higher investment returns. It’s both ethically and monetary important to preserve the cold chain supply in all food items, most particularly for products that have to be refrigerated such as:
- Red Meat
- Dairy Products
Among many other goods that require controlled temperatures in order to be well preserved and fresh.
The demands made on food producers to provide well-defined tastes have never been as great as they are today: even minor interruptions in the cold chain can produce a change in the taste of the food and have a detrimental effect both on the products and the expected shelf life. Cold-Pharma can help manufacturers monitor accurately their cold chain supplies; if they know where the chain has lost efficiency, they can fix the problem and ensure that no profit is lost in damaged goods.