Wine Salami Fish Dairy
EAI IIES Summit and Exhibition
Riva del Garda, Trento Italy 4-6 October, 2012
Food Safety & Autenticity 2012
Brussels, Belgium 18-20 September, 2012
ICETE-WINSYS 2012
Rome, Italy, 23-27 July 2012
IEEE Symposium and URSI Meeting
Chicago, IL, USA 8-14 July, 2012
QUID Innovation Italy
Milan, Italy 27-28 June, 2012
INSME - INNOBIZ - WTA Hi-tech fair
Daejeon, South Korea 21-25 May 2012
CIBUS 2012
Parma, Italy 7-10 May 2012
SMAU business 2012
Padova, Italy 18-19 April 2012
IEEE International Conference on RFID
Orlando, FL, USA 3-5 April 2012
Anuga FoodTec - F2F at Speakers' Corner
Cologne, Germany 28 March 2012


Events 

Highlights

"RFID from Farm to Fork" (F2F) is an European project co-funded through the CIP ICT PSP programme, launched by the University of Wolverhampton and run with other 8 partners, representing 5 EU states.

The aim of the project is to showcase RFID technology to SMEs in the food & drink industry and to identify and trace food information along the supply chain.

The food business is one that provides huge potential for demonstration of Return on Investment (RoI) for RFID technologies, for example by providing authentication of the origin of food or by reducing wastage and optimising logistics costs or by increasing quality of goods to the consumer.

The purpose of the F2F project is to demonstrate the use of RFID at all stages of the production and sales chain, allowing products to be tracked across Europe from the producer (farm) to the end consumer (fork). The project will federate international producers, processors, logistics, retailers and consumers around a data system which will deploy standardised solutions to allow the traceability and authentication of foodstuffs.

The production and distribution of food and drink is the largest and the most important activity in all countries in Europe and all over the world. The 'Farm to Fork' philosophy gives particular attention to the development of effective functioning pilots in supply chain management linked up together on a national and EU level. This could give many of them the opportunity to be recognized and raise awareness on the potential benefits associated to the use of RFID technology.

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