The Users Perceptions and Opportunities in Malaysia in Introducing RFID System for Halal Food Tracking

  title={The Users Perceptions and Opportunities in Malaysia in Introducing RFID System for Halal Food Tracking},
  • Published 2008
The lack of information presented on the food packaging of specific food product usually lead to confusion, thus redundant unsold goods are stacked-up in the shopping market. Barcode, labels and ingredients information by far is not adequate to authenticate the validity of the food information claimed by the manufacturer or food producer. This long-established approach fails to inform the users and no longer fitting in this cyber world. Much work has been carried out to find the best solution… CONTINUE READING
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