STARKVILLE, Miss. -- In addition to a government-industry effort to develop a national tracking system for animals in the food supply (see main story), private vendors are developing systems that individual companies could use to trace meat and other products through the supply chain. Unlike the government program, these systems would be used to track products all the way to the store level and could be employed by food retailers and distributors. One company, Global Technology Resources, ...

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