Fresh produce "fingerprints" could help traceability

Ashley Walmsley
By Ashley Walmsley
Updated January 30 2019 - 5:31am, first published June 20 2018 - 6:00pm
FOLLOWED: With consumers wanting to know more about where their food comes from, traceability is becoming increasingly important, particularly for exporters.

WITH food fraud and the relabelling of imported produce rife within places such as China, Oritain could have a solution for horticulture exporters.

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Ashley Walmsley

Ashley Walmsley

Editor, Good Fruit & Vegetables

For more than a decade, Ashley Walmsley has written about Australian agriculture. Having grown up on his parents smallcrops, cane and cattle property in Queensland, but clearly unable to grow anything himself, it was a natural progression for him to pursue a career writing about rural industries. He is currently the editor of Fairfax Media’s only national, fresh produce magazine, Good Fruit & Vegetables, while also covering horticulture stories for the agricultural papers and websites. When not writing about vegetables, fruits and nuts, Ashley enjoys playing and discussing video games from a simpler time, and doing impersonations of ABC radio presenters.

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