Advances in traceability systems in agri-food supply chains

Islam, S, Manning, L and Cullen, J (2021) Advances in traceability systems in agri-food supply chains. In: Developing smart agri-food supply chains: using technology to improve safety and quality. Burleigh Dodds Series in Agricultural Science (112). Burleigh Dodds, Oxford. ISBN 9781786767493 (In Press)

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Abstract

Failure to deliver safe and high-quality food reduces consumer confidence in the food industry and results in costly food crises, foodborne illnesses and disruption to food supply chains. Recent advances in traceability systems, and associated identification and communication technologies hold the potential to ensure food quality and safety by managing effective traceability throughout the food supply chains. However, deficits in various factors e.g., resources, awareness, training, standards, data management and technology scaling impede exploitation of these cutting-edge traceability technologies. This chapter provides a review of the advances in agri-food traceability systems and technologies, barriers to their implementations, and possible improvement pathways and policy interventions to promote deployment of advanced food traceability systems.

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Keywords: Food supply chain, Food traceability system, traceability technologies, barriers of implementation, improvement pathways
Divisions: Agriculture, Food and Environment
Depositing User: Professor Louise Manning
Date Deposited: 21 Jun 2021 12:51
Last Modified: 15 Oct 2021 14:42
URI: https://rau.repository.guildhe.ac.uk/id/eprint/16460

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