Food traceability is defined as the highest possibility of historical tracking in food products such as raw and semi-finished items which are able to ensure all the finished products are safe for consumption.
The dramatic increase in global trading and the complexity of supply chains has caused several issues concerning the authentication of food.
With the rise of global product recalls, more regulations have been implemented to protect the end consumer than ever before.
Traceability started to play an important role in the Food & Beverage industry. The global food supply chain today has evolved into a tangled web as companies seek to enhance their capabilities to feed the world’s growing population.
- Ensure food safety
- Easy to track the location of Food Products
- A rise in consumer awareness
Today, consumers are more concern about the actual product’s nutrients facts and as well the whole process of the product.