Blueberries are a perishable fruit that is beloved for its nutrient-dense and delicious taste. Now the import and export trade of blueberries is relatively large, because blueberries are very sensitive to the temperature and humidity of the environment, so the temperature humidity data logger will be used to monitor the environment temperature and humidity in real-time during the transportation and storage of blueberries so that they meet the storage standards, can guarantee the quality and freshness of blueberries.
Generally speaking, the best storage temperature for blueberries should be between 0°C and 4°C. Bacteria and mold can grow rapidly and cause blueberries to spoil if stored at excessively high temperatures. On the other hand, blueberries can also suffer from freezing damage if stored in an environment that is too cold, resulting in a loss of flavor and quality. Freshliance temperature humidity data logger can measure and record temperature and humidity data. The monitoring temperature of this product is -30℃~+70℃, the accuracy is ±0.5℃, the monitoring humidity is 0~100%RH, and the accuracy is ±3%RH, which meets the market demand for fruit cold chain temperature and humidity monitoring. The instrument can not only provide real-time temperature and humidity readings but also help users discover and deal with environmental problems in time. Moreover, it can store historical data and generate charts and reports. After the trip, users can better analyze the specific temperature and humidity data and changes in blueberry transportation or storage.
With the increasing demand for fruit in the market, the types and quantities of imported and exported fruits are increasing. Perishable fruits such as blueberries, cherries, strawberries, and peaches need to maintain constant temperature and humidity during transportation and storage. The temperature humidity data logger developed and produced by Freshliance can currently solve the cold chain temperature and humidity monitoring of perishable fruits and vegetables, and the error is small, and the failure rate is basically zero, which is trustworthy!