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Interoperable Traceability in Seafood is a Business Imperative Becoming More Essential Every Day: The GDST Standard is the Path

Mar 11 2024

11:45 AM - 12:45 PM EDT


NOAA is taking a fresh look at SIMP requirements. FSMA section 204 comes into effect in less than two years. Additionally, customers need actionable, usable traceability data as they work to achieve their public-facing ESG goals. This data must be presented to them in a uniform, interoperable format. The majority of the supply chain has yet to tackle this issue.

Our panelists consists of a current GDST retail partner and another retailer not yet on the GDST implementation journey. They will each outline the current limitations that they face within their supply chain, identify how the GDST standard functions and how software solutions utilize it to provide customers with the data that they need in the format that is required. Additionally, the President of TraceRegister and CoFounder of Whole Chain, two leading Traceability Solution Providers, will outline the basics of digitally interoperable traceability in Seafood and discuss how they have used the standard to make their systems share data interoperably for their customers.


The Global Dialogue on Seafood Traceability

- Stakeholder Engagement, Communications and Dialogue Lead

New Seasons Market

- Program & Category Manager-Seafood

Trace Register

- President



Wegmans Food Markets

- Group Manager, Seafood

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