The produce industry is leading the way in adopting uniform standards for tracing products through the supply chain, but much work remains to be done.
Can retailers trace any tainted food product back in the supply chain to determine where and when its integrity was compromised? In these days of frequent product recalls, that has become an increasingly pertinent question. So SN asked the question in its latest industry survey on technology practices and priorities, conducted last fall. Less than half (46%) of survey respondents said their company had that traceback capability, while another 20% said this capability was under ...
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