Forensic traceability in ‘muddy times’ for the food industry
In the sixth PechaKucha presentation from the Global Aquaculture Alliance’s annual GOAL conference in Dublin, Ireland, Miguel Flavián of Oritain explains how chemical fingerprinting can help aquaculture producers protect themselves from economic fraud.
Here are links to the first five presentations: Neil Manchester, Hendrix Genetics; Larry Feinberg, KnipBio; and Fanny Giudicelli, Marine Akwa; Thomas Myhre, NSK Ship Design; Langley Gace, InnovaSea Systems.
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