Muddy Boots has upgraded its cold chain management solution aiming to set a new standard for reducing food waste and improving product quality control.
The Greenlight Quality Management (GLQM) cold chain solution offers users a combined software and hardware approach that transforms products into an intelligent, self-diagnosing data source.
It utilises real-time cloud-based software to measure, identify, and drive continuous improvement of both cold chain infrastructure and quality control practices.
This provides businesses with the visibility they need to make data-driven decisions with accurate temperature transparency at every stage in the supply chain.
“We have innovated our Greenlight Quality Management software to integrate advances in temperature monitoring hardware. Combining quality and compliance data with temperature performance in an easy-to-use analysis platform,” Jez Pile, Muddy Boots’ director of enterprise food supply chain platforms.
“Driving insight into cold chain performance, driving proactive management of potential food safety and quality issues. Driving efficiency and reducing waste in the food supply chain.”
The solution uses a disposable, recyclable, contactless smart label that is thinner than a credit card to enable accurate temperature monitoring of products from source to store.
This seamlessly integrates with GLQM providing a fully managed, food safety and quality management combination that reduces food waste and identifies risks in quality or safety issues, according to Muddy Boots.
The UK-headquartered tech company was acquired by TELUS Agriculture, the ag-tech business unit of Canadian telecom giant Telus, in 2020.
Its farm-to-food traceability and supply chain management solutions have been used by retailers and fresh produce companies across the globe.