The traceability of meat from paddock to plate - an eBook

Supplied by Westwick-Farrow Pty Ltd on Wednesday, 12 August, 2015


Everybody is talking ‘traceability’. Some consumers want to be able to see an image of the paddock where the beef was raised when they buy their steak in the supermarket and food processors want to be able to identify the source of all of the meats in their sausage rolls.

You may think this is a huge ask, but modern technology, including sensors, coding, communication systems and the Internet of Things, is making traceability from paddock to plate an achievable reality.


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