Definitions

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  • n. Determination of origin; the process of tracing something back to its source.

Etymologies

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trace +‎ back

Examples

  • One issue I'll note that I've experience in my own work is that when you have an exception from within a templatetag it's hard to get the Python level traceback, which is important when you are debugging your own templatetags.

    Planet Python

  • Among the key actions the administration is taking to improve food safety are: Developing guidance for industry on "traceback" so that contaminated food is quickly identified and removed from shelves and so that people hear about problems faster;.

    White House brings stronger food safety measures to the table

  • Such a "traceback" system will have to allow the FDA to trace food back to its source within two business days, a power which was clearly lacking at the agency during last year's salmonella outbreak with peppers ..

    This week in safety: Check your refrigerator

  • Such a "traceback" system will have to allow the FDA to trace food back to its source within two business days, a power which was clearly lacking at the agency during last year's salmonella outbreak with peppers..

    This week in safety: Check your refrigerator

  • Among the key actions the administration is taking to improve food safety are:Developing guidance for industry on "traceback" so that contaminated food is quickly identified and removed from shelves and so that people hear about problems faster;.

    White House brings stronger food safety measures to the table

  • If the CDC determines that the illnesses were caused by an FDA-regulated product, the spokesperson says, the FDA will perform a "traceback" investigation to determine the specific product linked to the outbreak and how that product became contaminated.

    Top Stories - Google News

  • Even more cogent, given the complexity of how an ingredients based outbreak can travel so extensively through the food chain, and the extended amount of time needed to identify and contain suspected contamination problem, there's a clear lack of "traceback" documentation that would provide thorough records for identifying each ingredient path along the way to being incorporated into all the different products, and product brands.

    Cooking Up A Story: A Show about People, Food, and Sustainable Living

  • Lastly, laboratory tests can support the epidemiologic and traceback findings.

    Salmonella outbreak linked to sprouts in five states

  • Second, a traceback investigation to the original source of that food can identify a common company, farm, growing field, or other place of origin.

    Salmonella outbreak linked to sprouts in five states

  • Moreover, they can traceback the call to discover who is running the operation.

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