Those grain elevator operations that receive, hold, and ship raw
agricultural commodities, such as corn, soybeans, wheat, alfalfa meal,
and other crops, are mandated by the Bioterrorism Act of 2002 to
register all their facilities, wherever food grains are received,
cleaned, stored, blended, and processed, and then shipped. This mandate
to keep records of all grain received and shipped through the
facilities is required to help prevent acts of contamination either by
terrorists or by natural contamination.
Feed mill operations that receive raw agricultural commodities and
manufacture them into animal and pet feed also are required to comply
with this law. Even the delivery truck and its drivers have to be
The recordkeeping process must be in place by June 2006. After this
date, all records must be available to the FDA as soon as possible, and
no longer than 24 hours after a request is made if an act of
contamination is tracked to a grain handling operation.
ScoringAg provides all necessary records, including location records
for all PIDCs (Premise IDentification Codes) and other premises codes.
Traceback is available in just seconds.
ScoringAg's Point-to-Point Traceback traceback system keeps the crop ID
from the field through the elevator or storage, and the transporters
log through every processing stage, from the grower to the table.
ScoringAg adds value to every crop and crop product for just pennies.
ScoringAg.com and its traceback and traceup system for agriculture
products, featuring Site-Specific Recordkeeping and PIDC location code,
is one of the many divisions of ScoringSystem, Inc. Located in
Sarasota, Florida USA, the company specializes in providing solutions
with mobile data, via wireless PDAs, laptops, and Semacode-programmed
Nokia, Siemens, and Sony Ericsson cell phones. With the use of RFID and
barcodes for traceup and traceback of livestock and crops, or tracking
transport containers or perishable meats and other food consumer goods,
www.ScoringAg.com makes managing data easier - and does it in an extremely cost effective manner from "Field-to-Fork."