Consumers today are demanding more transparency about where their food is sourced from and how it was processed along the way. There are stringent compliance obligations that food and beverage manufacturers must adhere to in order to ensure consumers stay safe and informed about what they are consuming. As food supply chains become more complex and regulations become more stringent, having a robust traceability process in place has become crucial.
In this whitepaper, the second in a two-part series, we tackle the issues and solutions surrounding compliance in the Canadian food and beverage industry. While Part 1 looks at how automation can enable visibility and compliance, in this part we look at how manufacturers need to have comprehensive traceability and labeling systems in place.
Download this whitepaper to understand:
- What is traceability and why it’s not an option anymore
- Various labeling and coding considerations
- The cost of compliance failure