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Established in 2004, Can-Trace is a collaborative and open initiative committed to the development of traceability standards for all food products sold in Canada.

Can-Trace Education

In partnership with the Canadian Produce Marketing Association (CPMA), Can-Trace has developed online modules and self-assessment tool that will provide companies of all scale with the necessary tools and resources to implement a traceability system based on the Canadian Food Traceability Data Standard (CFTDS).


Standardized Traceability for Fresh Produce

The Can-Trace Standard & Business Implementation provides a high-level overview of food traceability, Can-Trace and the Canadian Food Traceability Data Standard (CFTDS), version 2.0. Other traceability initiatives and standards and how they relate to the CFTDS are addressed, specifically in the produce sector. Steps for implementing a standardized traceability within existing business processes are provided.


Measuring the Business Value of Traceability

Measuring the Business Value of Traceability gives an in-depth look at the business value and drivers of traceability in today’s global supply chain. It also provides an overview of the tools that Can-Trace has developed to measure the value and ROI of traceability. Examples specific to the produce sector are used.

 

 

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Can-Trace is funded in part under the Agricultural Policy Framework - a federal - provincial - territorial initiative managed by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada

 


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