Ensuring Food Safety and Brand Protection through Supply Chain Traceability

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To ensure the safety of the domestic and global food supply, demands for brand protection assurance are on the rise, as are national and global food safety initiatives. Food processors and distribution warehouses up and down the supply chain now find automated traceability systems are a necessity. Learn about an automated approach to traceability that is both cost-effective and a good fit for existing business operations.

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