Traceability from fish to pizza

 28 Nov 2019

Everyone wants to know where the food they are consuming comes from, says Stefanie Ruhe of Followfood at Anuga 2019 in Cologne, Germany. This is why the Germany-based company prints a unique code on its products that enables consumers to track the origin – even down to the name of the boat that caught it in the case of some fish. Although the business got its start in the fish sector, it has now expanded into pizza, including plant-based offerings for a flexitarian crowd.

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