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Cocoa farm to chocolate

Cocoa-based chocolates are hot favorites as gifting options – be it on birthdays, anniversaries, or even on Valentine’s Day.  Discovered by the Spanish when they invaded native cultures, cocoa was kept a secret for a hundred years.  But it soon landed in Europe through trade routes, where, at that time, it was consumed only by […]

Seeds: The Treasury of Agriculture

Tuesday, April 23rd, 2019

Seeds Treasury of Agriculture

At the base of the entire agrarian system is the seed.  Without a way to preserve and propagate the seed, what would be left of agriculture? As we know, in the way primitive agriculture was practiced, after the harvest, farmers used to retain a part of the seeds to be planted in the next season. […]

Agriculture Marketing

Henry C. Wallace, one of the former Secretaries of Agriculture of the United States, had once remarked, “Agriculture is our greatest industry, transportation our second greatest.  These two industries are dependent upon one another, and the national well-being is dependent on both”. This statement simply puts in perspective the remarkable impact that a reliable and […]

Fruit Traceability Solutions

Welcome to the Kashmir Valley, and to the breath-taking views of its apple orchards. As India’s major apple basket, 90 percent of Kashmir’s horticultural area is under apple cultivation, spreading across nearly 165,000 hectares, next only to China. Kashmir apples are superior in taste –being sweet and juicy, it is popular in the market, but […]

aarong SourceTrace

Indigenous craft, contemporary design, innovative marketing, social compliance norms, and SourceTrace’s solution come together on a common platform at Aarong Vibrant colours, intricate designs and an array of textures line the shelves of Aarong, Bangladesh’s premier fashion store.  But behind these eye-catching and appealing products is the story of how indigenous craft, contemporary design, innovate […]

All about Organic Certification

Wednesday, February 27th, 2019

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The movement towards organic agriculture began even as synthetic inputs were still finding its way into farms in many countries.  While chemical farming was becoming the order of the day, in some quiet corners of the world, as early as the 1940’s, emerged a trend that moved away from this growing reliance on synthetic fertilizers […]

Floriculture Ethiopia

Flowers have the innate capacity to lift our feelings and enhance our mood – people all over the world realize this, and a bouquet of flowers becomes the chosen gift on many-an-occasion.  Globalization and cultural exchanges have added to this trend – to the extent that flowers have been paired with events – like roses […]

Digital technology comes to the warehouse

Monday, January 7th, 2019

Warehouse digital technologies

Between farm and fork, agricultural produce navigates a crucial link in the supply chain – the warehouse.  The warehouse is a vital point that provides a safe structure in which the crop is stored after harvest until it’s on its way to wholesalers or retailers.  Warehouses play an important function in agricultural marketing, by way of […]

Aquaculture in river deltas

Wednesday, December 26th, 2018

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River deltas are hotspots for aquaculture.  These are landforms formed by the deposition of sediment carried by the river as it flows to the mouth of the sea, giving rise to slow-moving or stagnant water.  The brackish water and absence of strong currents provide ideal conditions for fish and crustaceans to breed, thus making it […]

Food and Beverage Technology Review

Today, at SourceTrace we’re happy to share our moment of pride and fulfillment, having made it as the cover story in the Food and Beverage Tech Review.

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