We've have had them in place for only about four months now, but yes, I do think that the ability.... It's the first time that we have put the obligation completely on the importer or the processor to be responsible for meeting the regulations, and we have said that their licence is contingent on their meeting those. That ability now to say that if you are demonstrating harm or an intent to break the regulations, you can lose your licence, is huge. The new fines and the ability to impose monetary penalties also give us more tools.
Between that and the ability to trace back to where we think the root is, we think we're going to have far more in the arsenal than we've ever had before. Is it enough? We will certainly find out.
One thing on the traceability side, if you'll permit me to add, is that our regulations have brought traceability requirements up to the international standard for food, which is the keeping of records, one step forward, one step back. There is absolutely no doubt that industry is starting to make strides in the areas of blockchain and digitization. That is going to take all industries miles further ahead than where we are now, including the produce industry and the fish industry, to where, at the touch of a button, you can do a trace back to the original source. We haven't yet seen an industry where that is actually in place to the extent that we're hoping for.