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Traceability in agriculture and food supply chain: A review of basic concepts, technological implications, and future prospects

@inproceedings{Opara2002TraceabilityIA,
  title={Traceability in agriculture and food supply chain: A review of basic concepts, technological implications, and future prospects},
  author={Linus U. Opara},
  year={2002}
}
In recent times, the accurate and timely traceability of products and activities in the supply chain has become a new factor in food and agribusiness. Increasingly, consumers in many parts of the world demand for verifiable evidence of traceability as an important criterion of food product quality/safety. This trend has been underpinned by several market-pull factors including increasing global demand for food products originating from diverse sources, high incidence of food-related health… 

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