ANAHEIM, Calif. — Electronic traceability standards developed by the Produce Traceability Initiative could soon be required for all perishables products, noted a group of panelists here at the Produce Marketing Association's annual Fresh Summit convention. Federal law already requires all U.S. food facilities to maintain “one up, one down” supply chain records, so that they can tell the U.S. Food and Drug Administration which companies they received food from and which companies they ...

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