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Food Defense and Integrity

Resources for food traceability and intentional food adulteration

USDA. ARS. NAL. Food Safety Research Information Office.

Search the Research Projects Database for a comprehensive list of research on food traceability.

USDA. Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service.Jun, 2014

Broad overview of the regulations pertaining to livestock traceability. Includes materials, guides for identifying livestock moved interstate, information on approved identification devices, related listing of contacts.

DHHS. Office of Inspector General.Mar, 2009

Serves to assess the traceability of selected food products and determine the extent to which selected food facilities maintain information required by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in a food emergency.

Institute of Food Technologists.Oct, 2013

Provides details related to the concepts that were defined and the agreement that was reached on the basic principles and overall design of the desired approach to traceability during the traceability research summits held by the Institute of Food Technologists.

Institute of Food Technologists.Sep, 2014

Food traceability regulations of 21 Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) countries were examined with attention to whether these regulations are comprehensive for all food commodities and processed foods.