Traceability

Albert Heijn initially used DNA traceability to confirm its chicken was slow-growth and has extended this approach to beef and pork / Pic: GettyImages-leischkadesign

Meat transparency: The answer could be in the DNA

By Katy Askew

Today’s consumers expect heightened levels of traceability – particularly when it comes to meat. Dutch retailer Albert Heijn is working with its suppliers and DNA testing expert IdentiGEN to provide shoppers with certainty around the meat they eat.

Could blockchain technology improve food tracing capabilities?

What's next for blockchain in the food industry?

By Natasha Spencer

Blockchain can trace and record transactions to strengthen food management, safety and quality in the food industry. We explore what 2019 developments have done for embracing blockchain in food, and where we can expect it to head next.

Pic: Getty Images/Bloomberg

Sustainability

100% Traceable: Olam’s tech links producers and farmers through data

By Kristine Sherred

The cocoa and spice supplier unveiled sustainability goals in 2017 with a 2020 goal of nurturing a ‘fully traceable’ cocoa supply chain. We discussed progress with Olam's North American innovation lead, when we caught up with him at IFT.

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