A Shift to Prevention and Proof

The food industry today is fraught with certification and standards that require third-party audits into traceability processes and the speed of product recalls. Technology can be your best friend when it comes to doing farm-to-fork traceability in the most efficient and effective way. This white paper explains why the old system for lot tracking and recall won’t make the grade in the new world of compliance.
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