SALINAS, Calif. -- When it comes to traceability through the distribution chain, few food products pose as big a challenge as fresh produce. Now, as the traceability issue assumes a higher profile, produce is again showing its temperamental side. Case in point: A testing center dedicated to understanding the unique challenges in using radio frequency identification technology to capture data on fresh fruits and vegetables has opened here. It seems the radio waves RFID technology uses to ...

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