We are working with food traceability at the base of the food chain. Most of our cases we got them on a system. We are developing a manual traceability guideline and are looking for similar experiences around the world.
All of the Cattle in Canada need to registered with eartags with the CCIA...
The Canadian Cattle Identification Agency is an industry initiated and established organization that manages the Canadian Livestock Tracking System (CLTS) - a trace back system designed for the containment and eradication of animal disease. Established in 1998, CCIA has developed the only mandatory national traceability program for the cattle industry and works with the Canadian Food Inspection Agency to ensure the food safety of the Canadian cattle industry.
Following a rigorous review of export market requirements and residue potential when used according to the label, the joint Market Access Committee for corn and soybeans has concluded that the risk of any crop protection product residue related trade disruption is acceptable for five new corn products and three new soybean products available in 2023