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An Estonian Startup is Taking the Internet of Things (IoT) Based Food Safety Solution to the US Market
Born in Estonia and tested in Tallinn, the food safety system ThinMoni is being presented to partners in the US this week. The ThinMoni system helps restaurants, supermarkets and commercial kitchens to ensure food safety and quality. The solution provides real benefits to all food handlers, from producers to retailers. The consumers also benefit from the solution as they can be sure that the food they buy is of high quality and ultimately safe.
The ThinMoni system is already taken into use by Estonian restaurants and stores. This week Jürgo Preden, the creator of the system and manager of Thinnect, is introducing ThinMoni to partners in the US who service more than a million restaurants and hotels. “The ThinMoni system will provide peace of mind to the chef, the client and the manager of a store or a restaurant because nobody is happy if the meals served in a restaurant cause food poisoning or when the meat purchased from a food store is tainted,” said Preden, explaining the value of the ThinMoni solution. Üllar Kuhi, Chef de Cuisine of Restaurant Rucola, confirms the positive experience with the ThinMoni solution: “We service hundreds of clients per day in our restaurant and our goal is to provide good food and excellent service to our clients. The ThinMoni system assists us in doing so because we can concentrate on our core business and save time on supporting activities”.
The online temperature monitoring system ThinMoni includes wireless detectors installed in refrigerators and hot food counters, and the system also provides a thermometer suitable for measuring foods’ internal temperature. All data that is measured is available “in the cloud” in real time and is displayed on a dashboard ...
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