NEW ORLEANS — Seventy-nine percent of the Produce Traceability Initiative's member companies are on course to meet the group's produce traceability goals by 2012, according to a recent survey administered by the group. PTI members include produce retailers, wholesalers, brokers, foodservice companies, growers, packers and shippers. The group aims to implement electronic traceability standards for the entire produce supply chain by 2012. PTI's upcoming milestone goals for 2011 include ...

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