Traceability for Agriculture, Food and Beverage

Traceability for Agriculture, Food and Beverage

 

Agriculture, food and beverage industries are faced with increasing challenges in food safety, product authentication (anti-counterfeit), regulatory compliance and supply chain efficiency, all requiring greater transparency between trading partners and consumers.

National Food Traceability Project

The Australian government is taking action to protect consumers with the National Food Traceability Project. To support this national effort, GS1 Australia has partnered with Deakin University’s Centre for Supply Chain and Logistics, major industry stakeholders including national retailers and food suppliers in the development of traceability implementation guidelines.

 

Learn more about GS1 Traceability

GS1 Australia talks traceability on ABC radio

GS1 Australia talks traceability on ABC radio

Simple technologies help agriculture succeed in export traceability.

Director of GFSI calls for the use of GS1 standards to enable traceability in the food industry

Video • 3:16min

GFSI and GS1: Working together for global food safety

Helping shape a better ecosystem of traceability solutions

GS1 Traceability featured on AFGC TV

GS1 Traceability featured on AFGC TV

New technologies and practices to identify products more easily across their life-cycle.

GS1 2DBarcodes

GS1 2DBarcodes

Content rich, on-pack barcodes transforming point-of-sale product identification.

A common data standard to make the most of blockchain potential

A common data standard to make the most of blockchain potential

GS1 barcodes to include variety, point of origin, grower, location, harvest date and more.

Training & events

19 May
Barcoding for Distribution and Warehousing

Numbering and Barcodes • Online

19 May
19 May
How to Use Recall

Recall • Online

GS1 Australia Recall

GS1 Australia Recall

Improve the traceability of your supply chain with GS1 Australia Recall. The first online recall portal to be certified by HACCP.