Appetite for traceability: Expanding Barcode Labels in the Food Supply Chain

by Craig Hodgson, on May 13, 2016

food_and_beverage_square300x300.pngCompanies doing business in retail grocery and foodservice are now looking to implement case-level traceability to support evolving trading partner requirements—while trying to get ahead of U.S. and international regulatory requirements like FSMA and EU1169. Broader traceability can improve response time to recalls and give you a competitive edge as others wait to adopt new standards.

 

Join GS1 US expert Michele Southall on Thursday, May 19th @ 1:00 PM EDT for a special webinar “Making the Case for Expanded Traceability in the Food Supply Chain.” As Industry Engagement Director with GS1 US, Michele will address the need for this increased visibility across the extended food supply chain, as well as provide insight into the latest standards that are being considered.

You’ll learn how you can leverage investments in existing GS1 Standards to expand traceability with the addition of GS1-128 barcodes. Hear how your peers are taking the lead in case-level traceability from a global perspective, and what you can do to be more prepared to manage inventory and conduct recalls, if needed. You’ll also see how enterprise labeling helps facilitate a scalable, integrated solution to keep up with demand and deliver inherent business benefits.

Register for the Webinar!
Date: Thursday, May 19, 2016
Time: 1:00 – 2:00 PM EDT

In addition to hearing from Michele, you’ll also learn more about Loftware’s Enterprise Labeling Solutions for Food & Beverage, and how they are tightly integrated with the enterprise applications you’re currently using—whether it’s SAP, Oracle or other business applications. Discover why labeling truly matters and how the right solution can not only ensure compliance with evolving regulations, but deliver a competitive advantage.

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Topics:RegulatoryFood & Beverage

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