LAS VEGAS — While the four-year-old Produce Traceability Initiative (PTI) has made significant progress towards achieving its seven milestones, the final one – read and store information on outbound cases – is not likely to be reached this year as originally intended. “The chances of having whole-chain traceability in 2012 are not real strong, but everyone’s pushing towards it,” said Dan Vache, vice president, supply chain management, United Fresh ...

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