Cool Insights: How Can We Get Value From Product Traceability?
Posted June 2, 2011
| Atlanta, GA
In the April/May 2011 issue
of Food Logistics, Dr. H. Donald Ratliff authored the third installment for the Cool
Insights column, titled “How Can We Get Value From Product Traceability?”. Ratliff
discusses the major cost of
traceability is the capturing of information by each enterprise in the chain
and making this information electronically available by labels or RFID tags.
Previous installments of the Cool
Food Logistics, March 2011: Nick
Pacitti, Sterling Solutions LLC, Memphis and co-founding member, Integrated
Food Chain Center, authored the second installment for the Cool
Insights column, titled “Collaboration is Critical For Cold Chain
January/February 2011: David Sterling,
Sterling Solutions LLC, Memphis and co-founding member, Integrated Food Chain
Center, authored the first installment for 2011 titled "Cold Chain Innovation:
Click here to read more about
the column and to find links to the six installments from 2010.
The Integrated Food Chain (IFC) Center is an industry/academic joint initiative to identify and resolve critical integration issues across the end-to-end food chain. The focus is on designing, analyzing and continuously improving cold chains for perishable food products. Read more...