Stocsave 2000™ is a new alarm system for supermarket or grocery stores. According to the manufacturer, its product broadcasts an alert over the on-site public address system to inform personnel of temperature changes in freezers or refrigerators that could destroy perishable merchandise. How does it work? When temperatures reach a designated level, the existing fridge alarm is activated, which initiates a buzzer or light to indicate a malfunction on a fridge-freezer cabinet. The Stocsave 2000 unit will then broadcast the first message over the designated zones of the store’s public address system, says the company. This message is designed to inform staff working away from the fridge alarm panel that there is a problem. — Intromark, Inc. Pitttsburgh, PA