Precisely what qualifies as true blockchain technology in our industry still needs to be worked out.
In a food landscape that is routinely experiencing increased regulation the need to track and trace products has reached an all-time high. Advanced sensing has the ability to prove measurable variables along the manufacturing process to ensure quality of product.…
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says the final Safe Food for Canadians Regulations have been published in Canada Gazette Part II, so the industry can prepare itself for when they take effect in early 2019
To address lurking food safety and fraud concerns, can blockchain technologies be the answer?
Innovative organics companies are modernizing their technological foundations with solutions like an integrated ERP suite
Called “Trace My Catch,” the program is designed to provide consumers with a high level of transparency around Clover Leaf’s sourcing and production processes
Allpax, powered by Pro Mach, has introduced a system for tracing cans, trays and pouches from filling through to sterilization
The funding is to go toward implementing PigTrace Canada, the national swine traceability system, and managing swine health issues
Repacking services can save manufacturers time and money, but present added traceabilty challenges
Two recently published academic studies provide interesting insights into several aspects of this important new area of food law
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