A new initiative to build trust in Australia’s food supply chains launches on Thursday 29 April 2021, 10am – 12pm.
Australian food companies supply quality, safe products to consumers and the ability to verify this with consumers both in Australia and internationally is important for agribusinesses of all sizes.
Australia’s food safety systems will be strengthened by the launch of a new national program to help track and trace food products from farm to fork.
The Australian Guide to Implementing Food Traceability (AGIFT) will build national consistency and integrity into Australia’s food traceability systems, giving consumers greater certainty about the products they buy and ensuring industry can respond quickly to product recalls.
AGIFT was developed by Deakin University’s Centre for Supply Chain and Logistics Food Traceability Lab in partnership with GS1 Australia and industry groups. It was designed to assist companies to build their capability in supply chain level traceability.
To celebrate the launch of AGIFT, please join us for a FREE webinar with a panel of industry and government leaders in food traceability, as we discuss the supply chain traceability challenge and how AGIFT can assist.