Today, many anti-modern slavery regulations are in effect. We consider some of the major regulations and how companies can comply by achieving supply chain transparency.
The EU Directive 2014/95 requires companies to comply with, among others, a number of environmental requirements. What kind of technology is best suited to help?
A recent report by Deloitte investigates how consumer drivers in the food and beverage industry have evolved over time, what kinds of changes have occurred, and how retailers and manufacturers should respond. Here are 4 key takeaways.
Carrefour, Transparency-One, and SGS launched the Visual Trust initiative during the Beijing National Food Safety Week , July 1st, in presence of media, other large retailers and Chinese authorities. Visual Trust is an end-to-end digital solution, allowing Chinese shoppers to check the quality and origins of their purchases, by scanning…
Deforestation can be linked to virtually any consumer product on the market, making it a major concern for shoppers looking to make more ethical and sustainable purchases. Eliminating deforestation in the supply chain is not just an environmental issue, but a business one.
Denim is a fixture of the apparel industry and a wardrobe staple for millions around the world. Yet its association with sustainability and social responsibility issues has made our relationship with this classic item more complicated in recent years.
Big companies invest a great deal of effort into ensuring their entire supply chains are compliant with their values and standards, as well as with governmental regulations. But how can small business owners achieve full transparency into their supply chains without the resources of big companies?
Achieving food safety transparency is of utmost importance today. In 2015, the US Food and Drug Administration’s Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) implemented several rules to minimize food safety risk in supply chains.