Migros, Switzerland’s Largest Supermarket Chain Implements TE-FOOD For Blockchain Based Food Traceability

August 30, 2019 TE-FOOD International GmbH.

Although a growing number of food companies are launching traceability projects, many of them focus only on the marketing advantages by providing transparent food information to their consumers. However, food traceability can provide more value from easier product recalls to improved supply chain control.

Unique Inventory, Yield Software Aims to Help Produce Growers, Packers, Shippers and Distributors

May 21, 2019 Dynamic Systems, Inc.

Dynamic Systems, Inc., a Redmond, Washington leader in barcode data collection announces an affordable PTI Labeling System designed to provide lot traceability and conform to GS-1 Standards and be PTI Compliant. The system is intended for growers, packers, shippers, distributors, and cold storage.

Barry Callebaut Establishes Traceability For a Third of its Global Cocoa Volume

April 16, 2019 Barry Callebaut

Barry Callebaut has established traceability for a third of its global cocoa volume. This is a key tool for the Group to reach its Forever Chocolate commitment to make sustainable chocolate the norm by 2025. This commitment also includes a target to source 100% of the Group’s ingredients sustainably by 2025.

Item-Level Produce Traceablity May Help Consumer Confidence and Public Safety

March 4, 2019 Hurst International

To increase consumer confidence and public safety, it’s necessary to have an effective traceability system in place. Hurst International has the solution with item-level traceability available through its patented Print on Demand (POD) Versaprint labeling system.

Oliver Luckett’s Niceland Seafood Partners With King Soopers and City Market

December 21, 2018 Efni

Niceland Seafood is the first turn-key provider of Icelandic Fish to offer full traceability from “sea-to-pan.” Working together with Seattle Fish Co., Niceland Seafood has partnered with King Soopers and City Market for their first retail launch to bring fully traceable fresh Icelandic seafood product to 65 locations in the US. Most stores will be carrying cod, ocean perch, and Arctic charr.