DALLAS — Reviewing feedback from industry surveys and other sources, more than 50 members of the Produce Traceability Initiative Steering Committee met here recently to discuss the PTI's current status and direction. Committee members unanimously confirmed that their respective organizations remain committed to the initiative, which will ultimately establish common data standards for electronic traceability throughout the entire produce supply chain. Committee members also said that PTI ...

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