ORLANDO, Fla. -- A new Best Practices report on produce traceability examines the adoption of a "One Up/One Down" model and the creation of a standardized data exchange and product database, according to a presentation at the recent Fresh Summit 2003 here. Doug Grant, chief information officer, The Oppenheimer Group, a produce marketer based in Coquitlam, British Columbia, updated retailers and suppliers on the Best Practices report during the FreshTech program at the Fresh Summit ...

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