Tuesday August 4, 2020

Canadian breakthrough for traceability company

Identigen, the Dublin-based developer of DNA meat traceability solutions, has created a new Canadian subsidiary, on the back of an increase in business there.

31st October, 2009

Identigen, the Dublin-based developer of DNA meat traceability solutions, has created a new Canadian subsidiary, on the back of an increase in business there.

The announcement was made by Tánaiste Mary Coughlan during Enterprise Ireland’s trade mission to Canada.

It follows on from Identigen’s work with a number partners in the province of Alberta including the Alberta Ministry of Agriculture and Sturgeon Valley Pork to create a way to track meat...

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