Dual-use thermometers let the user take both contact and noncontact temperature measurements with the same unit. The advent of low-cost, infrared thermometers (IRTs) that can measure temperatures in foodservice environments without direct item contact has revolutionized the food safety inspection process. Food safety trainers and health inspectors are accelerating their use of these devices to speed and expand their inspection process. That's driving chefs and foodservice staff to ...

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