Food Safety, Transparency and Traceability

Competition for premium markets makes transparent and verifiable data a necessity, these attributes being valued by consumers at the same level of importance as physical characteristics such as tenderness or flavor.

Health agencies welcome any innovative improvement that makes their job easier. They represent a crucial link in the chain willing to adopt faster technological protocols that guarantee the stipulated sanitary conditions.
Bureaucratic procedures will be less “analog” and more “digital”, because in this way it will be less burdensome, more efficient and effective to exercise sanitary control over products, as well as a valuable source of data for national and regional administrations, especially if (as the case of Uruguay

suggests with its mandatory traceability), improved regulation leads to better country brand, which in turn collaborates with opening new markets and generating new sources of foreign exchange.
Companies that upgrade to dataism will benefit and have a competitive advantage by being able to "naturally" satisfy these digital protocols, and will even be able to aspire to a detailed traceability of their production, a sort of digital certified ID, opening the way for new customers and more cost effectiveness.

Food Safety, Transparency and Traceability

Competition for premium markets makes transparent and verifiable data a necessity, these attributes being valued by consumers at the same level of importance as physical characteristics such as tenderness or flavor.

Health agencies welcome any innovative improvement that makes their job easier. They represent a crucial link in the chain willing to adopt faster technological protocols that guarantee the stipulated sanitary conditions.

Bureaucratic procedures will be less “analog” and more “digital”, because in this way it will be less burdensome, more efficient and effective to exercise sanitary control over products, as well as a valuable source of data for national and regional administrations, especially if (as the case of Uruguay suggests with its mandatory traceability), improven regulation leads to better country brand, which in turn collaborates with opening new markets and generating new sources of foreign exchange.

Companies that upgrade to dataism will benefit and have a competitive advantage by being able to "naturally" satisfy these digital protocols, and will even be able to aspire to a detailed traceability of their production, a sort of digital certified ID, opening the way for new customers and more cost effectiveness.