Global Food Traceability Center

Global Food Traceability Center

The Global Food Traceability Center was launched in 2013 to bring together key stakeholders in order to create collaborative solutions to traceability issues. The center works with companies and government agencies to improve traceability reliability. In September 2014, the Center launched the Seafood Traceability Financial Tool intended to aid those in the seafood industry calculate the costs and benefits of implementing traceability.

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