There's no single way to accomplish traceability. Businesses, government and trade organizations are all starting to offer product traceback capabilities. A few examples: On-label traceability: Red Blossom Farms, Murray's Chicken and others include a tracking number, which customers can input on the company website to see where their product originated. National Animal Identification System: Established by the USDA, this voluntary program tags animals and links information about them to a ...

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