Food & Wine recently covered our breakthrough partnership with the Parmigiano Reggiano Cheese Consortium and Kaasmerk Matec, which has resulted in a game-changing food- and ingredient-tracing technology.
“By integrating p-Chip micro-transponders into Casein tags, [the Consortium] can better control its inventory, protect and differentiate its products against look and sound-alike brands and have access to unmatchable track-and-trace technology to protect itself in the case of recalls or other issues,” explains our CEO, Joe Wagner, in the article.
According to the US-based Consumer Brands Association (CBA), formerly the Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA), counterfeiting of global food and consumer products may cost the industry USD $10 – $15 billion per year, making this innovation more important than ever.
Read the Food & Wine article for more background on how this innovation is supporting food and beverage brands in improving consumer safety, meeting regulatory requirements, and protecting brand integrity:
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