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This content was submitted directly to this Web site by the supplier.White Paper | February 9, 2012
Using Track & Trace to Protect the Food Chain
The news of late makes it clear; there is need for food processing traceability and a growing demand by the public and government to make this happen.
Years and years of paper trail detail produces an overwhelming amount of data for one producer to keep track of, yet alone the man hours associated with keeping the data captured organized and usable. When coupled with the number of manufacturers who "touch" a single ingredient used to manufacture the final product, the task of gathering this information is daunting. From seedling to processing, from farm to fork, track/trace systems provide visibility to any products processing and supports the company’s validation of procedures and protocols.
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