In commodity markets where bulk products are sold on physical characteristics that are simple to measure, such as protein content, moisture content, grade, or color, a product’s identity is obvious. However, in many developing markets, a product’s identity or pedigree is very difficult, if not impossible, to determine. Identity preservation (IP) programs are intended to maintain a product’s identity throughout a supply chain that may remove most or all of its physically identifiable characterist…

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