Ingredia announces Gulfood 2020 participation

The company will show its efforts in making the food industry more transparent

The Prospérité initiative allows buyers to track the steps taken before their milk arrives on shelves
The Prospérité initiative allows buyers to track the steps taken before their milk arrives on shelves

France-based dairy goods manufacturer Ingredia has announced it will attend Gulfood 2020.

In an effort to improve the transparency of the agricultural-foods industry, the company will show off its Prospérité technology.

The Prospérité initiative allows buyers to track the steps taken before their milk arrives on shelves.

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A QR code is placed on each container of ultra-high-temperature processing (UHT) milk, which when scanned will show a GMO-free guarantee, the minimum surface area given to each cow, the minimum grazing period given and a guarantee the product is from France.

Implementing this traceable technology, Ingredia can also set a minimum price for its products and ensure this is upheld globally. 

Gulfood 2020 takes place in the Dubai World Trade Centre from February 16 to 20. 

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