A herd of sheep in Australia © 123RF
A herd of sheep in Australia © 123RF

New app aims to trace entire meat supply chain

Adam Leach is a freelance business journalist
18 April 2016

A new app is aiming to revolutionise the way meat is tracked and enable shoppers to trace purchases all the way back to where an animal was reared and what vaccinations it had.

The app, developed by tech company Aglive and endorsed by Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA), is intended to fill a “digital information gap” in the livestock supply chain.

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