To see the entire process of meat manufacturing, you'd have to watch how animals are grown and how they're slaughtered. Nobody would want that, right? Well, that's the paradox - if you can eat it, why should it be unpleasant for you to watch the production process? I think it should be mandatory to put such QR codes showcasing the ENTIRE production process of meat products, to bring some true transparency about what we eat.
A similar, but less dramatic situation would be watching all the fruits and vegetables being watered with fertilizers and sprayed with pesticides multiple times.
There is a documentary called "Our daily bread" which aims for similar transparency, it displays objective footage from various sectors of the food industry without exaggerating or concealing anything. I think it doesn't show the slaughtering part but does show the forced breeding of the animals, the routine painful vet procedures, etc. It also shows the extensive spraying of crops.