JAPAN: Hitachi develops tiny ID tag for fresh veg
Hitachi has developed a tiny electronic ID tag that can be embedded almost invisibly into food packaging or the inedible part of individual fresh vegetables. Measuring 0.4mm x 0.4mm, the RFID (radio frequency identification) chip has a minute antenna that allows devices to read the 128-bit ID number stored in its ROM (read-only memory).
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