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Base of the Food Chain Traceability Solution Research
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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…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Roadrunner Jan 11, 2010.

 

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Base of the Food Chain Traceability Successful Experience

I am the author of the "Little Green Book of Food Traceability" - We have structured an easy tio read text reviewing Challenges and Concepts for traceability in the food and feed chain.

We recently finished a pilot involving 600 products, 4,000 farmers and and average of 60 pounds of food tracead per second. The work was developed at the base of the food chain and we have significant information to share.

The pilot was able to make traceability information available at the consumer level.

We are looking for conferences and events to share our experience.

Best regards

Thomas

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