BOSTON — A new guide for applying traceability standards in the U.S. seafood supply chain was announced Monday by the National Fisheries Institute and GS1 US at the International Boston Seafood Show. Developed by NFI, GS1 US and U.S. seafood industry companies, “Traceability for Seafood: U.S. Implementation Guide” provides minimum requirements and best-practice recommendations for tracking seafood through the supply chain from farms to processors, suppliers, distributors, retailers and ...

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