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Integrated Control Corporation to Debut Food Temperature Monitor at NACS Show in October

Integrated Control Corporation (ICC), a global leader in the field of food service technology solutions that helps food outlets, restaurants, hotels, schools, hospitals, quick serve restaurants and other areas in the food service industry achieve consistent daily kitchen operations, will debut their state-of-the art 2010 Temp Minder at the National Association of Convenience Stores (NACS) Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center, Booth #178 in Las Vegas, NV, October 20-23, 2009.

The Integrated Control Corporation's Temp Minder is a wireless automated system for the food service industry that accurately, efficiently and continuously monitors critical cold or hot food temperatures. It instantly alerts problems such as open doors, faulty equipment and power outages by audible alarm on-site and remotely through text message or e-mail, as it collects data without a PC and provides data logs, charts and graphs that can be viewed globally via internet.

For 2010, the line will include the all new Coffee Minder sensors and indicators that assure a sales staple product, like coffee, is always fresh, keeping customers coming back for more. Also new to the line will be Kitchen Minder LP, the perfect tool to manage prepared food for serving.

Integrated Control Corporation's mission is to improve food safety and quality while simplifying operational consistency of food service environments all over the world with results that will mutually benefit both the food provider and the consumer.  In addition to the Temp Minder, ICC maintains a portfolio of patents, including the Kitchen Minder, Product Quality Timers and Wash Minder, which will also be displayed at ICC Booth #178.
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