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A Search Engine Concept to Improve Food Traceability and Transparency: Preliminary Results

TitleA Search Engine Concept to Improve Food Traceability and Transparency: Preliminary Results
Publication TypeArticolo su Rivista peer-reviewed
Year of Publication2022
AuthorsPalocci, C., Presser K., Kabza A., Pucci E., and Zoani Claudia

In recent years, the digital revolution has involved the agrifood sector. However, the use of the most recent technologies is still limited due to poor data management. The integration, organisation and optimised use of smart data provides the basis for intelligent systems, services, solutions and applications for food chain management. With the purpose of integrating data on food quality, safety, traceability, transparency and authenticity, an EOSC-compatible (European Open Science Cloud) traceability search engine concept for data standardisation, interoperability, knowledge extraction, and data reuse, was developed within the framework of the FNS-Cloud project (GA No. 863059). For the developed model, three specific food supply chains were examined (olive oil, milk, and fishery products) in order to collect, integrate, organise and make available data relating to each step of each chain. For every step of each chain, parameters of interest and parameters of influence—related to nutritional quality, food safety, transparency and authenticity—were identified together with their monitoring systems. The developed model can be very useful for all actors involved in the food supply chain, both to have a quick graphical visualisation of the entire supply chain and for searching, finding and re-using available food data and information. © 2022 by the authors. Licensee MDPI, Basel, Switzerland.


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Citation KeyPalocci2022