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Seafood Industry Traceability Toolkit

A series of tools and resources that will help seafood industry businesses determine their traceability needs and the first steps on how to begin implementing traceability internally and in their supply chains.

Seafood companies face increasing demands for implementing traceability—both to meet new regulatory requirements and to reduce risk of IUU, human rights abuse, and fraud within their own supply chains. However, the rapidly shifting technology landscape creates complexity. Companies must understand the technology available and the models for implementation that suit them and their supply chain partners in order to move forward.

Despite the looming increased regulation and pressure to adopt traceability, many companies don't know where to begin, or how to sift through the multiple technology vendors. We can potentially speed the adoption of traceability by giving companies a starter kit that outlines potential returns on the investment and a decision framework to help them make the choice.

Timeframe: Jan. 01, 2017 - Jun. 30, 2018
Project Status: Ongoing
Contact: Keith Flett
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Thematic Focus: Industry and Market Incentives, Governance and Management, Transparency
Geographic Areas: North America, Central America, Caribbean, South America, East Asia, South Asia, Southeast Asia, West Asia, Europe, Global
Activity Type: Project
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