South Portland, Maine (PRWEB) September 13, 2013
Grocery giants Wal-mart, Kroger, and Publix will soon require that all cases of fruits and vegetables sold through their stores be labeled with standard tracking information. Pack date, product description, UPC, farm name and farm location will be compulsory on each case.
Look to the experts at Advanced Traceability Systems for a compliant case label solution. In three simple steps, ATS assists with choosing an optimized system for industry specific labeling requirements.
First, a mobile or fixed PC is selected, depending on specific needs. ATS offers a range of units that includes 2D scanning capability, waterproof casing and other options to suit any business model.
Next, ATS will help select the best printer for labeling needs. They offer mobile printers, portable printers and industrial printers. Finally, depending on the produce being delivered, they assist clients with choosing a label material that makes the most sense. Direct thermal, thermal, waterproof, and Poly options are available in a variety of sizes.
Don’t be left behind when Wal-mart, Kroger and Publix implement their new case label policies in 2014, Let Advanced Traceability Systems keep your business abreast of the competition with a label printing solution and other state of the art food traceability software.