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Information Management in Agrifood Chains

Towards an Integrated Paperless Framework for Agrifood Trade Facilitation

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International trade in agricultural and food products is more complex than trade in manufacturing – trade regulations are stricter, paperwork and logistics more complex. These are required for ensuring food safety for consumers. Detailed information on traded goods alongside the movement of goods in a supply chain is critically important for food safety. This publication outlines a framework for integrated agrifood information management, taking into account the functional needs of various stakeholders along the supply chain. The benefits as well as challenges involved in developing a comprehensive system are discussed. Practical recommendations for, and milestones in the enhancement of agrifood information systems for trade facilitation are provided, including a recommendation to develop a Single Window for Agrifood Trade.

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Relevant international standards for SWATs

Agrifood chain information management systems are a complex matter because they vary hugely in scope (purpose), depth (length of the chain), width (who is involved), breadth (attributes carried) and precision (how accurate forward and backward traceability finds sources and destinations).

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