ARLINGTON, Va. — RFID tags designed for a single use were found to be capable of functioning in multiple trips through the produce supply chain on containers, without any deterioration in performance, according to a new study.
The two-year study, sponsored by the Reusable Packaging Association (RPA) here, demonstrated that the same RFID tags could not only be used to track the location of reusable plastic containers holding lettuce, apples, peppers and other produce, but could do so ...
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