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Construction and management status of agricultural traceability information system of Korea

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  • Construction and management status of agricultural traceability information system of Korea
  • Lee, Kang Oh; Bae, Yeonghwan; Nakaji, Kei
  • Kyushu University


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Title Construction and management status of agricultural traceability information system of Korea
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Lee, Kang Oh; Bae, Yeonghwan; Nakaji, Kei

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[Fukuoka, Japan] : Kyushu University

Date 2010-10
Journal Title; Vol./Issue Journal of the Faculty of Agriculture, Kyushu University:vol. 55(no. 2)
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Link
Subject Industry and Technology < Agriculture
Industry and Technology < Science/Technology
Holding Kyushu University
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Abstract

In Korea, there are separate traceability management systems for agricultural, livestock, and fishery products. In particular, the traceability management system for agricultural products (Farm2table) was developed and operated by the Korea Information Center for Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (KICAFF). This system is a representative information management system for agricultural products. The system has supported linked entries and inquiry services for related traceability information by developing open API linked services. The user satisfaction in the traceability management system for agricultural products is showed that 69.1% of the users were generally satisfied. Moreover, complex work processes (32.7%), the manpower shortage and cost incurrence (33.7%), etc. were appeared as major difficulties in recording and managing the traceability information. In order to promote the usability of the traceability management system in the future, simplification of traceability information on the home page of the “Farm2table” and the provision of user incentives are required. In addition, there is a need to unify each traceability management system that is operated independently. The integrated system can help users easily access all information provided in the systems by viewing single web-site.