RUTHVEN, Ontario — Clifford Produce, a growers cooperative here, has cited marked improvement in its operations and quality control in a pilot of new RFID readers and tags from Intelleflex, Santa Clara, Calif. The technology enables wireless, on-demand, product-level monitoring by providing the ability to read at distances up to 100 meters or through RF-challenging environments that include metals, liquids and inside packages and containers. By providing in-transit visibility of cold-chain ...
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