NEWARK, Del. — The next meeting of the Produce Traceability Initiative, slated for April 11 in Boston, will focus on establishing a timeline for a series of milestones for recording traceability data on produce shipments, said Gary Fleming, vice president, industry technology and standards, Produce Marketing Association here. Launched this year, the initiative aims at driving broad adoption of long-overlooked traceability standards and practices throughout the produce supply chain. The ...
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