08 June 2022
Today, at the GS1 Connect conference, Mojix revealed Source: the first SaaS platform and app to make first-mile traceability easy and low cost for any raw material supplier, whether agricultural or other. Origination data is attached to the rest of the supply chain, all the way to the last mile, for end-to-end visibility. The multi-enterprise traceability platform was built on the back of the FDA Traceability Challenge, but Source’s addressable market for supply chain transparency goes well beyond food safety. Source can help reach Corporate Social Responsibility objectives and reduce brand risk in nearly any industry through product authentication, quality assurance, and supplier control.
The challenge: capturing and managing origination data
The app, for simplified serialization, tagging and KDE and/or CTE capture
The platform is interoperable and connected to the entire supply chain
With Source, we are completing the item journey from start to finish— or should I say, from finish to start. We have recently implemented traceability at a leading QSR’s facilities at the very end of the chain, from warehouse to restaurant. Today, we’ll be able to link any of that data to the very beginning of the chain. Our teams have covered uncharted territory to bring end users, first receivers, brands, and suppliers alike, crucial information on the provenance and origin of their lots, data which wasn’t available to them before. The relevance, adaptability, ease of adoption, and frictionless qualities of Source are extremely convincing, and we cannot wait to witness the impact this innovative solution will have.
Dan Doles, Mojix CEO
The item itself becomes the medium
A strong potential for brand protection, whatever the industry
1 Early Adopter Version available today for testing and Early Adopter Program on the App Store and Google Play.
2 The US Food & Drug Administration’s Low-to-No-Cost, Tech-enabled Traceability Challenge in 2021.
3 In the USA, the FSMA (Food Safety Modernization Act) ‘Rule 204’ is expected to be enforceable starting this November, for first receivers of foods on the FTL (Food Traceability List). In section 204(d)(1) of FSMA, Congress directed the FDA to adopt additional recordkeeping requirements to prevent or mitigate foodborne illness outbreaks and address credible threats of serious adverse health consequences or death to humans or animals resulting from foods being adulterated under section 402 of the FD&C Act or misbranded with respect to allergen labeling under section 403(w) of the FD&C Act.
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