SourceTrace is bringing you a guide that helps you explore if you need traceability and how to achieve it. Whether you are a farmer co-operative, a startup or a food corporation, the questions you never knew who to ask are answered here.
What is traceability
How it works
Components of traceability technology
Who needs it
How to start
Food/ Ecommerce Startup
2021 is a critical year for agriculture and food companies. Not only do you have to mitigate the unprecedented disruption, you also have to meet new challenges in terms of changing global trade landscape and consumer demands. Our Toolkit can help your business.
2020: The year of disruption
2021: The year of resolution
Why 2021 matters
2021 Survival kit
Make small farmer visible
Adopt technology to collaborate
Share data on food quality
Increase transparency to satisfy global trade legislation
Share more data with end consumers
Make your value chain auditable
Middle East region is constantly tackling adverse weather, lack of water for irrigation coupled with an escalating dependency on imports, many countries in the region have taken several measures to ramp up agricultural production to partially address food insecurity. Their Governments are in favor of new technology, collective efforts, and favorable policies for the agriculture sector of the region. They are looking at self-sufficiency from crops, storage, silos, climate-controlled facilities, and even the agri-bots. This whitepaper is a glimpse of what is the current scenario and how the region plans to become sustainable.
State of Agriculture in the Middle East
Impact of COVID-19
Impact of Digitization in Agriculture
Future of AG & FOOD Technology
SourceTrace and The International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) organised a webinar on ‘Impact of Digital Technologies on Food Trade in Southeast Asia.’ It brought together thought leaders and change makers from multiple sectors, countries and institutions to discuss how technology is making an intervention in their core areas.
Mr. Trieu Thanh Nam (MSc.), Deputy Director, Division of Trade Policy, AgroTrade Authority, Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD)
Mr. Suriyan Vichitlekarn, Executive Director, Mekong Institute
Ms. Sheetal Sharma, Soil Scientist,IRRI
Mr. Nguyen Duy Thuan, General Director, Loc Troi Group
Mr. Grahame Dixie, Executive Director, Grow Asia
Moderator: Om Routray, Vice President – Marketing, SourceTrace
Covid has impacted agriculture across the world. But how is it specifically affecting farmers in Africa? What measures are being taken by different organisation to counter the impact? How are agri-businesses and farmer organisations dealing with the disruption? This whitepaper takes a look at all those issues and more.
Agriculture in Africa
Impact of Covid-19
Forecasts and trends
Measures to mitigate the negative impact of Covid-19
World Bank Initiatives
Impact of digitization
Using digital services to secure essential farm operations
Tracecon brought together 23 speakers from a diverse set of global technology, food and agriculture companies as well as representatives from government and industry bodies to talk about traceability. This document presents the summary of discussions.
Role of technology in food safety
Traceability: Solutions and opportunities
Boosting exports and role of technology
Showcasing early adopters
Funding and financing traceability technology
The report documents latest trends in traceability, tracks the regulatory and legislative changes across countries, talks about benefits of blockchain, and takes a special look at its application in India.
Traceability and global food trade
Benefits of Traceability
Blockchain-based traceability solutions
Traceability & India
Sectoral Opportunities and more
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.
Download our new whitepaper
'Traceability in 2020: Global Scenario with a focus on India'