The importance of a traceable food supply

02/12/2014 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Food & Beverage

Traceability in the foodservice world requires a transparent supply chain that lets everyone involved know where a product is at any point in the process, says Angela Fernandez, vice president of retail grocery and foodservice for GS1 US. Restaurants need traceability to ensure a safe food supply for their customers and to be able to respond promptly when there's a product recall. "GS1 Standards help make complete and accurate product information available for distributors, restaurants and other operators," she says.

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