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Seafood Traceability Yields Better Products

Seafood Traceability Yields Better Products

Seafood traceability doesn’t just ensure sustainable fishery practices — it has the potential to improve the bottom line for fisheries. Traceability can help reduce waste, improve efficiency and utilization of material, offer better customer service, and can even gain a higher price through improved freshness and quality of seafood.
Read the article to learn about new traceability practices in the seafood supply chain.

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