Food safety professionals working in slaughter houses and down the food chain at distribution points far from each other, are hearing about a new service and device from National Fleet Tracking in Glen Rose, TX. This device will allow them to work together to track and receive critical pulp temperature, humidity and door security alerts on truck loads of food products moving on our nations highways. With cooperation and data sharing between these professionals it is believed by many that incidents of contaminated, or destroyed food will be greatly reduced or eliminated.

The patent pending device called GPS In A Box will be on display April 28-29th in Baltimore MD at the National food safety summit.

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