Fifty years ago, about 70 percent of the produce found in grocery stores was grown, produced, or processed within 100 miles. Today, the food Americans consume has traveled, on average, 1,500 miles before reaching the plate. What happened to local food in today’s global market?
Transparency-One, the source to store supply chain transparency solution, today announced the key features for its latest product release: expanded consumer products category coverage, source to store compliance management, supply chain mapping and traceability in tandem, the global language of business, and evaluate risk in seconds.
Supply chains are getting increasingly more complex. Add to this the fact that consumers want more and more information about the products they buy. How can we obtain and store the information we want (and need), when we interact with hundreds of suppliers? Transparency in your supply chain is no longer a “nice to have”, but has become a must-have.
Palm oil has a reputation as a “bad” product, but do we really know why this is, and where it’s used? And more importantly, can we do something about it?
In the Asia Food Journal, Transparency-One talks about the importance of transparency in the Palm Oil Supply Chain.
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