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    Del Campo Adopts HarvestMark Traceability Solution for Tomatoes, Peppers

    The leading Mexican shipper will deploy the HarvestMark solution to reinforce food safety, and deliver on-demand traceability for buyers and consumers.

    Del Campo Supreme, an organic, hydroponic hothouse and field grown tomato and pepper grower/shipper, will begin providing instant trace-back and trace-forward of its tomatoes and peppers via YottaMark, Inc.'s HarvestMark solution.

    Del Campo is the first Mexican grower/shipper to implement HarvestMark on bags, clamshells, and cases of tomatoes and peppers. It said it wil be able to deliver traceable produce this season.
     
    In addition to helping it quickly comply with the Product Traceability Initiative, the move to HarvestMark will help Del Campo "build new connections to end consumers to receive feedback from the network that will ultimately help us enhance the products we offer to the market," said MartIn Ley, Del Campo's v.p.
     
    HarvestMark codes can be scanned or typed in at a secure Web portal to access up-to-date product information. Buyers, distributors, and customers can provide direct feedback on product quality and time to market, which can be correlated to the farm, crew, and date.
     
    In related news, Florida-based Highland Corp. said it will also integrate the HarvestMark solution into its clamshell and label offerings, further spurring efficient item-level traceability to its produce customers across North America.
     
    A leading berry and tomato shipper, Highland delivers some of the top produce brands in the country with a range of full-service packaging solutions, including clamshells, labels, and labeling solutions.

    For more information, visit www.harvestmark.com.

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