The types of flies that impact food-handling establishments the most are “filth” flies, which transmit diseases, and “nuisance” flies, which typically do not. While these pests are all flies, different types of flies require different control methods.
With the buzz around electronic remote pest monitoring growing in recent years, it’s easy to wonder if the technology lives up to the hype.
COVID-19 has not slowed down pests, and the last thing you need is a failed audit due to preventable pest issues.
Although the COVID-19 pandemic has halted many business operations, pests are working overtime to keep their food supply moving.
Imagine opening a bottle of soda to see a dead rodent floating in it. Pest management and rodent control has proven tricky for these large brands.
When it comes to food safety, the seemingly insignificant details can have major ramifications.
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Electronic remote monitoring can help detect and monitor rodents in real time.
This valuable piece of equipment can reveal volumes about the quality of your pest technician.
The small, skilled creatures require vigilance in order to prevent the spread of pathogens across your facility.