Bottom-up traceability vs. descending: Everything you need to know about them
We can define traceability as what it allows us to identify the situation of a product: its origin, its destination and how it evolves between both steps.
Traceability is a control mechanism and a requirement by the European Union for food or consumer products such as medicines or beverages. In fact, in the food industry, for example, traceability will allow knowing the origin in case of poisoning.
But… what is meant by traceability?
- Published in Concepts