GS1 takes place in Amsterdam on October 18th

There is a call for better visibility, traceability, and efficiency coming from all the actors in agriculture and food supply chains. Consumers are demanding it, food production and retail are getting organized for new due diligence regulations, and for managing their corporate social responsibility, farmers need to be able to show and leverage their valuable position in the food chain. 

GS1 believes that standards are essential in getting this job done and improving the value chain for all the actors, from farm to fork and even beyond. This is why the organization has decided to give this topic special focus during the next GS1 in Europe Regional Forum, hosted in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. On Tuesday, the 18th of October, there are dedicated sessions to inform you about what GS1 is doing in this domain. These sessions are:

■         Agriculture – Upstream first (10:30 – 12:00 CET)

■         The next fresh challenges (13:00 – 14:30 CET)

■         Plenary: From Farm to Fork and Beyond (15:00 – 16:00 CET)

 
GS1 in Europe Regional Forum
Once a year, GS1 in Europe gathers our GS1 colleagues from all over Europe to work together and define strategies and priorities for the future of our organization and our member companies. This year the GS1 in Europe Regional Forum will take place on 17-20 October in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. On the first two days, sessions are open for industry (as marked on the program).

The Forum connects European business leaders, European Associations, and companies wanting to use the GS1 standards for enabling a seamless customer experience. Best practices around Europe are shared between GS1 colleagues and the industry. Many topics are covered, such as traceability, marketplace engagement, global data models, innovation, circular economy, and the digital journey are covered across different sectors, from Healthcare to Retail and many other industries.

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For more information:
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www.gs1.eu 


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