Food Traceability: Understanding your current capabilities


Under U.S. and Canadian law, food manufacturers and processors must be able to trace food products and their components throughout their supply chain. But traceability capabilities vary widely. They range from manual processes on paper to spreadsheets and to automated information systems. Generix Group offers 11 criteria for evaluating traceability capabilities. Generix also presents business perspectives on the benefits, costs, and potential risks of various levels of traceability. 

Presented by Jeff Mc Caulou, Solutions Consultant, Generix Group North America