Food Traceability Standards Whitepaper

Learn about the importance of tracking food products every step from producer to consumer

Every year, Australia sees more than 285,000 cases of Salmonella and Campylobacter, two of the most common
foodborne illnesses, according to Queensland Health.
When a recall or other corrective action needs to be implemented, the ability to view the entire journey a food product has taken is critical.
Food traceability is important because it can keep consumers safe and reduce the cost to society incurred by foodborne illness.
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What are the key challenges of food traceability?

These are the four key challenges you'll learn about (and the solutions to deal with them) in our Food Traceability Standards in Australia Whitepaper:


Inconstant record keeping processes prone to human error


Errors remaining undetected for a prolonged period of time


Poor communication between entities at various stages of the supply chain


Poor inventory management leading to oversupply or undersupply

How Brother can help

To help producers, manufacturers and food businesses eliminate these common challenges, our Food Traceability Standards Whitepaper outlines the best practices across the supply chain. These solutions account for documentation, record keeping, and the production of accurate signs and labels. 


If you are ready to improve your food traceability processes download the Whitepaper below.

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