Cook chill (sous vide) stored at 34F (30 days) transferred to 41F (7 days). Note this option was inadvertently left out of the 2013-2017 food codes. A 2018 Issue was submitted, approved, and the FDA will make these changes to the 2017 (update) Food Code.
[no endorsement implied] Here is a manual tipper tie clipper for cook chill bagging. It mounts to the wall. It is abt $1,000. Contact the manufacturer for details and current pricing. The alternatives to this clipper is a heat sealing machine.
Dry aging beef (and other meats) is said to enhance flavor and tenderness. It is often used by upscale purveyors to distinguish their products from others. Dry aging meat is essentially aging meat without protection is a refrigerator. Cuts are stored separate from each other to permit air flow to dry them in 1-6 weeks. […]
Many operators struggle to find the right solution for labeling ROP bags under the Food Code and their HACCP program. Here a few reviews of products that have worked in our ROP lab to get you started. (No endorsements implied, just tested). First there are two types of printing technologies for labels: direct thermal and […]