traceable in Turkish
This stage of the analysis makes it possible to free TFR-β1 from complexes, making it traceable.
Clearly in this case is important that the GMOs are traceable from the field to the table.
Consumers are, quite rightly, demanding that the food they purchase is safe, traceable and produced to a high standard.
Consumers demand food that is of good quality, safe and traceable.
I could not agree more that beef should be completely traceable and that this should be the case as soon as possible.
In any case, the precautionary principle requires these products to be clearly traceable at all stages of their marketing.
In future, we expect monitoring that ensures that the funds are employed in a way that is traceable and durable.
Minerals which are imported into the EU must be traceable.
Meat should remain traceable, whether at the production or sales stage.
No part of this Community has a traceable system like the system in Northern Ireland.
(usually followed by `to') able to be traced to: attributable
capable of being traced or tracked: trackable