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Food and Livestock Traceability Encyclopedia

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It is tough to learn one's way into the subject of food and livestock traceability nowadays. It has expanded to include the disciplines of medicine, biology, chemistry, electronics, computer science and more. We have therefore prepared this 119 page book with a profusion of illustrations to give an unusually broad introduction to the acronyms and terms - covering 449 terms!
 
The hot topics get particular attention with substantial sections elaborating what is going on. Further information can be obtained from daily news we provide on www.trackingfood.com External Link and the conferences and reports on the subject, that are listed on that website.
 
Food scares involve everyone but so does concern over cost and availability of food. The good news is that, today, food safety measures can be improved while, at the same time, reducing costs and increasing sales and customer satisfaction. To achieve this, voluntary cooperation within industries and between nations has a vital part to play as well as new legislation. Increasingly mandates matter too, from McDonald's demanding full traceability from suppliers to Wal-Mart, Target, Best Buy, and Albertsons mandating RFID labels on all incoming pallets and cases.
 
The newer technologies of tracking and tracing are being adopted faster than is realised. Genetic testing of food and livestock is now a substantial business. Radio frequency identification of food and livestock is fast becoming the biggest application of RFID and the most ubiquitous local area network connectible in the world of computer science.
 
However, RFID, biometrics, genetics and so on must be integrated with existing systems and optimally designed for service and cost control, not just safety. Some of these measures already achieve multiple paybacks from faster and more transparent supply chains to more efficient recalls and fewer empty shelves in the supermarket.
 
Then there is faster, more thorough and more accurate response to food safety crises involving accidental contamination and infection or bioterrorism. And it no longer sees a separation of farm from food. The "farm gate" can no longer a barrier. We have to consider "Growing plant to plate" and "Animal feed to animal to plate" nowadays. Nothing less will do. Another development is the globalisation of the subject with some of the smaller nations having a lot to teach some of the big ones about improved legislation and more rapid adoption of new technology.
Contents
1. ADC
2. ADI
3. AFDO
4. AIM
5. AIT
6. ALJ
7. AMA
8. AMI
9. AMS
10. ANPR
11. ANZFA
12. APA
13. APHIS
14. ARS
15. ARTCA
16. ASCII
17. ATF
18. ATPA
19. Active tag
20. Aerobic microorganisms
21. Algorithm
22. Animal disease
23. Animal feed
24. Agricultural production and food terrorism
25. Anaerobic microorganisms
26. Anthrax
27. Arrhenius kinetics
28. Audit trail
29. Authentication
30. Avian influenza
31. B2B
32. B2C
33. BCP
34. BNFs
35. BSE
36. BST
37. Bt
38. BTA
39. Barcode 1D
40. Barcode 2D
41. Barcoded ear tags
42. Barcode numbering
43. Biological agents
44. Biometrics
45. Bioterrorism
46. Bioterrorism Security Act
47. Bird Flu
48. Bit
49. Bioterrorism
50. Blackmailing:
51. British Cattle Movement Service
52. Byte
53. CCFAC
54. CCFICS
55. CCFL
56. CCGD
57. CCMP
58. CCP
59. CDC
60. CEN
61. CEPT
62. CFCs
63. CFEA
64. CFIA
65. CFR
66. CFSAN
67. CCTV
68. CIES
69. CJD
70. cGMPs
71. Codex
72. COOL
73. CPG
74. CSREES
75. CSI
76. CSO
77. CTS
78. CVM
79. Can-Trace
80. Catellae
81. Cattle identification
82. Cattle passports
83. Chain traceability
84. Chemical agents
85. Chemical incidents
86. Chipless tag
87. Chromogenic
88. Code
89. Coded wire tags
90. Codex Alimentarus Commission
91. Cold chain management
92. Composite code
93. Computer Network
94. Conditional
95. Consumer confidence
96. Cryptography
97. DAL
98. DD
99. DEEM
100. DHHS
101. DIN
102. DNA
103. DOC
104. DRI
105. DRV
106. DSHEA
107. DV
108. Data dictionary
109. Decryption
110. Dedicated network
111. Defence, Science and Technology Laboratory (DSTL)
112. Digital
113. Digital signature
114. Direct link
115. Dirty bomb
116. Disruption of trade
117. DNA fingerprinting
118. DNA fingerprinting with RFID
119. DNA tag
120. Domain name system
121. ECR
122. EAN
123. EAS
124. ECL
125. EDI
126. EEC
127. EIR
128. EPA
129. EPC
130. EPC and RFID
131. EPIA
132. ERD
133. EU
134. Economic disruption
135. Egotism
136. Encryption
137. EPCglobal
138. Ear notching
139. EU Directive 178/2002
140. EU General Food Law
141. European Union legislation
142. External traceability
143. Extortion
144. FAO
145. FAP
146. FCN
147. FCS
148. FDA
149. FDAMA
150. FDLI
151. FFDCA
152. FIFRA
153. FMCG
154. FMD
155. FMIA
156. FOIA
157. FORCG
158. FPLA
159. FQPA
160. FR
161. FSANZ
162. FSI
163. FSIS
164. FTC
165. FTCA
166. Fin clipping
167. Fire branding
168. Firmware
169. Food safety standards
170. Fresh food identification
171. Fish identification
172. Food Sentinel System ®
173. FoodTrace
174. Fraud
175. Firewall
176. Food poisoning
177. Food residues
178. Food scares
179. Food service
180. Food traceability
181. Food traceability methods
182. GAO
183. GAP
184. GATT
185. GCI
186. GEMS
187. GEO
188. GHz, Gb and GB
189. GIPSA
190. GM
191. GMOs
192. GMPs
193. GPRA
194. GPS
195. GRAS
196. GRNs
197. GS1
198. GSM
199. GTIN
200. Gateway reader
201. GeneSTAR ®
202. Glico Morinaga
203. Global Food Traceability Forum
204. Government interest
205. HACCP
206. HRI
207. HS
208. Health Protection Agency's Centre for Emergency Preparedness and Response
209. Heavy metals
210. Herbicides
211. IAL
212. IFA
213. IHR
214. IIC
215. INV sample
216. IOM
217. IP
218. IPCS
219. IS
220. ISO
221. ISO 9001:2000
222. IT
223. Identification across hierarchies
224. Identification of locations
225. Identification of pallets
226. Identification of lots/ batches
227. Identification of series
228. Identification of trade items
229. Intelligent packaging
230. Internet of things
231. Immunobead assay
232. Implantable RFID tag
233. Internal traceability
234. INTOX database
235. Item level RFID
236. JDST
237. JIFSAN
238. JECFA
239. JTAV
240. Japan legislation
241. Junk DNA
242. Kb
243. KB
244. LAN
245. LACF
246. Lm
247. LMOs
248. Listeria
249. Literature.
250. Livestock
251. Livestock identification
252. Lot
253. MAV's
254. MCA
255. MEA
256. MFC
257. MIA
258. MIT
259. MOU
260. MPAs
261. MPR
262. MRAs
263. MRLs
264. Maruetsu
265. Matrix code
266. Metabolite
267. Microtags
268. Motives
269. Multi-Agency Incident Assessment Team (MAIAT)
270. MYGrocer
271. NAAG
272. NACMCF
273. NAD
274. NAFTA
275. NAIS
276. NARB
277. NARMS
278. NAS
279. NCFST
280. NCWM
281. NEFLE
282. NEPA
283. NET
284. NF
285. NGO
286. NFP
287. NIH
288. NIST
289. NLEA
290. NMFS
291. NOEL
292. NOSB
293. NOAEL
294. NOP
295. NPPC
296. NPRM
297. NR
298. NRC
299. NRTE
300. NSIP
301. NSRLs
302. NSS
303. NW or Net Wt
304. Nanobarcodes ®
305. Nanoparticle
306. Nanotechnology
307. Nutraceutical
308. OCI
309. ODS
310. OFAS
311. OFPA
312. OIG
313. OMB
314. ONS
315. OOP
316. OPA
317. OSHA
318. OTC
319. OTFP
320. Off line
321. On line
322. Open air drying
323. Organoleptic
324. PCBs
325. PDP
326. PDO
327. PHS
328. PHSBPRA
329. PIPs
330. PKU
331. PLAS
332. PML
333. PMN
334. PMO
335. PMPs
336. PN
337. POS
338. PPIA
339. PPIIA
340. Prop 65
341. PUFI
342. Pallet and crate RFID
343. Pathogens
344. Personal authentication
345. Pig identification
346. Plague
347. Poultry identification
348. Preparedness
349. Prevention
350. Prion
351. Processing
352. Psychopaths
353. QBPC
354. QCPs
355. QTV
356. RACs
357. RACC
358. R-CALF
359. RDI
360. rDNA
361. Redbook
362. Redbook II
363. ReGo
364. RFID
365. RFLP
366. RTE
367. Radio regulations
368. Radionuclear incidents
369. Radionuclear materials
370. Recall
371. Reduced Space Symbology (RSS)
372. Response to food terrorism
373. Retinal imaging
374. RFID label
375. Routine monitoring
376. Rumen pellet
377. Russia
378. SAP
379. SAVANT
380. S/C,SC or S Per
381. SCOGS
382. SDWA
383. SE
384. SIS
385. SL
386. SME
387. SNP
388. SOPs
389. SPS
390. SRMs
391. SS or S/S
392. SSCC
393. SSOPs
394. SSP
395. STOP
396. Scrapie
397. Securing facilities
398. Sensor tagging
399. Sheep identification
400. Sheep RFID tag
401. Single Sequence Repeats (SSR)
402. SireTRACE ®
403. Smallpox
404. Smart and Secure Tradelanes (SST)
405. Smart packaging
406. Snout tag
407. Smart Active Labels (SAL)
408. Software
409. SUREtrack ®
410. Sulfur mustard
411. Surveillance
412. Sushi
413. T2T
414. TAAA
415. TAV
416. TBT
417. TOR
418. TPA
419. T/PT
420. TRAC
421. TSOPs
422. TTB
423. TTI
424. TRO
425. Time Temperature Biosensor TTB
426. Toxin Guard ®
427. Traceability
428. Traceability drivers
429. Traceability of animal products
430. Traceability principles
431. Traceability system
432. Traceback
433. TraceFish project
434. Traceforward
435. Typical Food Quality Traceability
436. Tularaemia
437. USC
438. USCS
439. USDA
440. USP
441. USTR
442. US Bioterrorism Act
443. vCJD
444. VMOs
445. VCOOL
446. WHO
447. WONF
448. WTO
449. Withdrawal

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