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Why Aren’t Investors and Seafood Businesses Investing in Traceability?

Why Aren’t Investors and Seafood Businesses Investing in Traceability?

We have the technology to track seafood from the boat to the plate, yet many companies still lack thorough traceability. Monica Jain explains that investors aren’t doing more because of a lack of appropriate governmental policy.
Read her explanation for this policy vacuum in seafood traceability, and why it is necessary in order to enable conditions for investment in techonology, in the National Geographic article below.

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