Organisations launch new scheme in Hong Kong to upgrade traceability of food amid coronavirus-related concerns

A scheme to improve the traceability of products in companies’ supply chains has been upgraded using a trio of international standards as consumers grow increasingly worried about food safety amid the coronavirus pandemic.The local branch of global supply chain standards organisation GS1 teamed up with third-party quality auditor SGS Hong Kong to launch the upgraded Quality Food Scheme+.Under the new scheme, companies will be assessed not only under the GS1 Global Traceability Standard (GTS),…

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