Keeping Food Safe from Farm to Fork

From livestock housing to food processing, storage and transportation, regulating humidity is critical to health and safety. Farmers rely on the proper conditions to keep their animals comfortable, safe, and productive. Food processing facilities use temporary climate control to eliminate condensation, which can carry dangerous contaminants that will make food unsafe to eat. Too much or too little humidity during the warehousing phase can mean significantly reduced shelf life and even total loss of food products. Lastly, transporting food products in environmentally controlled vehicles keeps your food safe to eat as it is transported to your local grocery store.  Infographic provided by Polygon.

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