Product verification – instructions for use

Every link in the table grape supply chain plays an integral role in maintaining the reputation of Australia’s table grapes.

The ATGA is calling on your business to help raise awareness about the importance of traceability in the table grape supply chain, increase scan rates in your business and, effectively, bolster future export capacity.

Download the instructions for use to understand how to adopt traceability scanning practices into your business.



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