Author: Pasi Sundqvist

Second Thought to operate CFP traceability

The Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) is a set of rules for sustainably managing European fishing fleets and conserving fish stocks. The European Commission has decided in 2018 to initiate a revision of the fisheries control system. The overall objective of the revision is to modernise, strengthen and simplify the EU fisheries control system, ensure sustainability…
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Second Thought Ltd is expanding in the Nordics

Swedish Bee Company AB produces the finest premium honey with the brand The Honey of Sweden and utilizes Second Thought’s UPIDS PDM, the new multilingual product data management.   With UPIDS PDM, Swedish Bee Company is able to add digital product info onto their honey jars. Once the UPIDS.IO-branded QR-code is scanned, the consumer can reach…
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Shellfish product information digitally

Party shrimps, tail-on for dipping. What’s that? Are shrimp tail fins edible? Second Thought Ltd UPIDS.IO digital product info is now on the initial product of Frisch Haus Finland Oy (Äyriäistukku), on the label of the bags of cooked shrimp tails. Frisch Haus Finland Oy will start using the UPIDS digital product information service to…
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Superyacht chefs prepare from only the Best available food products

Supplying food and other necessities to superyachts is a global billion dollar business. What is more, the quality of the supplies is high and valuable. The food must be of high quality, clean and premium. Finland has some really high end premium food manufacturers. Let’s connect these two groups. Superyacht Foodie is an endeavor to…
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The Fishmonger Alliance of Finland recommend Second Thought UPIDS

In a formal letter of support, The Fishmonger Alliance of Finland (Suomen Kalakauppiasliitto Ry) Executive Director Mr. Kari Ylihärsilä strongly recommend for it’s members in Finland to adopt the Second Thought UPIDS traceability system for conforming to European Union Common Fisheries Policy. The Finnish Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry decided on April 4th 2022 to…
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