The Global Food Traceability Center serves as an authoritative, scientific, and unbiased source for traceability. It develops research and best practices to help manufacturers, suppliers and retailers to enhance product, ingredient, sourcing and compliance information throughout the supply chain. This visibility will improve food safety and mitigate industry and consumer risks. Trace One will provide unique insights and expertise about the adoption of technology and cloud-based platforms that enable real-time stakeholder collaboration.
"We are delighted to be a part of this impressive network of partners who share our commitment to the improvement of food quality," explains
The Global Food Traceability Center is the first public-private partnership that connects all supply chain stakeholders with timely product traceability solutions. It has international scope and lends expertise and capabilities to strengthen the global food supply chain. To do this, the center provides the means to implement traceability solutions across the global food system and helps increase the understanding of food traceability through research, education, and development of protocols and standards.
"Most leading food businesses now recognize that traceability is about more than recalls; it is about improving your business bottom-line and mitigating risks. Trace One has become a globally recognized software company that offers practical traceability solutions to help manage information about food products as they move through the food system," says
In addition to Trace One, other partners with the center include:
To learn more about Trace One, please visit www.traceone.com. About Trace OneTrace One was created in 2001 and launched the first collaborative, cloud-based platform for managing the development and quality of private-label products. The Trace One user community spans the globe from
Keywords for this news article include: Trace One, Food Safety.
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