Shoppers examine pork for sale at a Wellcome supermarket in Causeway Bay in April. Photo: May Tse Shoppers examine pork for sale at a Wellcome supermarket in Causeway Bay in April. Photo: May Tse
Shoppers examine pork for sale at a Wellcome supermarket in Causeway Bay in April. Photo: May Tse

Organisations launch new scheme in Hong Kong to upgrade traceability of food amid coronavirus-related concerns

  • The new programme is a collaboration between the local branch of the global supply chain standards organisation GS1 and a third-party auditor
  • The scheme comes as consumers become increasingly concerned about food safety amid the Covid-19 pandemic

Topic |   Coronavirus Hong Kong
Shoppers examine pork for sale at a Wellcome supermarket in Causeway Bay in April. Photo: May Tse Shoppers examine pork for sale at a Wellcome supermarket in Causeway Bay in April. Photo: May Tse
Shoppers examine pork for sale at a Wellcome supermarket in Causeway Bay in April. Photo: May Tse
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