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IFSAT - Integrating Food Safety and Traceability
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This project set out to integrate food safety and traceability by finding common features in the two systems that could benefit each other. Achieved synergetic effects were to be documented by integrating food safety and traceability in the management systems. Systems and standards for chain traceability are now possible to put into operation in the Nordic food industry, with the consequence that a lot of previously unavailable functionality now becomes possible. Chain traceability enables food safety by providing access to data elements that are relevant for risk analysis, relevant for identification of contamination source, and necessary for targeted recall. The challenge in the near future is to integrate food safety aspects and traceability in an operational way.

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Copenhagen: Nordic Council of Ministers , 2007. , 136 p.
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Traceability, Food safety, IFSAT, Food control, RF ID, RFID-tags, Quality Index Method, QIM, Good Traceability Practice, GTP, Seafood Spoilage and Safety Predictor, SSSP
URN: urn:nbn:se:norden:org:diva-2741OAI: diva2:707109
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