Traceability is rapidly becoming a way of doing business in the food industry. Companies have a choice of regarding it as a compliance requirement or to utilise the newly available technologies to capture data regarding full supply chain and product attributes. By having the relevant data available it can be analysed to unlock previously unavailable information regarding business processes and attributes while providing compliance traceability by default. Depending on this choice, traceability can either be a compliance cost or it can add value to an enterprise. KEYWORDS: value traceability; attribute traceability; compliance.
Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Volume 65, Christchurch, 107-112, 2005
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