Using QR Codes To Check Food Safety

Using QR Codes To Check Food Safety
Dan Gould
  • 19 august 2008

Homegrown Evolution points us to an interesting adaptation of QR bar codes in Japan. Bar codes are being affixed to produce that give a detailed history of the item’s origin. When scanned with a QR enabled cell phone, the code will tell the story of the fruits and veggies – where they came from, and how they were grown.

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