Thailand - BMA brings traceability to supermarket meat

Consumers buying fresh chicken and pork from supermarket shelves in Bangkok can feel more confident about the quality and safety of the food, thanks to a pilot project initiated by the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA). They can do this by using the lot number or trace number printed on the package and tracing the origin of the products back to the farm via mobile phone.
Thursday 5 March 2009 (9 years 6 months 13 days ago)
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Consumers buying fresh chicken and pork from supermarket shelves in Bangkok can feel more confident about the quality and safety of the food, thanks to a pilot project initiated by the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA).

They can do this by using the lot number or trace number printed on the package and tracing the origin of the products back to the farm via mobile phone.

http://www.nationmultimedia.com/2009/02/26/technology/technology_30096581.php

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