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Food Traceability in Europe: Take It Seriously for a Competitive Advantage

Published: 07 June 2007

ID: G00148894

Analyst(s): Andrew Hughes

Summary

Although European food traceability regulations have been in place for some years, there have been few success stories that go beyond a single plant. Now is the time to consider what needs to be done.

Table Of Contents
  • Overview
  • What Is the Problem?
  • Regulation or Consumer Demand?
  • What Should You Do Now?
  • What Is Needed to Make It Happen?

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