Apples

Can you spot the differences?

One is fresh-picked, high-quality, and packed with nutrients. The other is 10-months-old, low-quality, and has virtually no nutrients.

You have no practical way of understanding which is which, and there can be a huge difference in what you expect to be in your food versus what is actually in it.

 

Example: Vitamin C in Apples

Our lab developed Vitamin C results for apples we purchased at retail stores and ones we fresh-picked at orchards then compared those results against what the USDA label says should be there.

TeakOrigin enables people throughout global food systems to accurately answer critical questions in real-time and provides them with contextual insights that lead to more-informed decisions.

 
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Producing

When is the right time to harvest?

Converting

What are the post-conversion nutrient levels?

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Shipping

How is food changing throughout supply chain?

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Regulating

How can food be used as its own label?

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Selling

How do we offer the very best, highest quality product?

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Consuming

Are we getting what we are paying for?