Melbourne food favourite Crisp has grown fast by delivering to its mantra of healthy, fresh, top quality, tasty eating.
Now it’s taking its food management, quality and safety to another level – one its customers will never see.
Crisp’s owners, husband and wife team Ted Tolfree and Shey Newitt, have just added an ingredient to their recipe for business success – CCP’s cloud-based 24/7 temperature monitoring solution.
Poor temperature control regularly tops food safety regulation infringements. To strengthen food safety, the Internet of Things (IoT) solution, developed by Australian company CCP Technologies Limited (ASX: CP1), will immediately notify Crisp if temperatures breach safe operating tolerances.
Ted and Shey said Crisp is built on offering healthy and fresh food.
“We have a simple goal of giving customers choice, quality, and taste. This means fridge temperatures are critical in our business. The decision to use CCP is all about presenting food at its best and reducing food waste,” they said.
Ted and Shey opened their first Crisp store in Melbourne’s CBD in 2013. They had found the local food offering had not kept up with global trends toward healthy eating; and their approach struck a chord with customers. With customers lining up, Crisp quickly expanded its stores, menu and services.
CCP Chief Executive Officer Michael White said CCP delivers significant business benefits for Ted and Shey.
“CCP empowers Crisp to make better product management decisions. It aligns with their brand and reduces business costs”.
CCP’s sophisticated, plug & play automated temperature monitoring solution is affordable for food businesses of all sizes.
Michael White | Executive Director & CEO
CCP Technologies Limited
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