In 2019 and beyond, the food industry is sure to undergo a radical transformation. To succeed in these changing times, food businesses must observe the market and evolve accordingly. How do food businesses, both new and old, navigate these challenges? What changes should you expect, and how should you prepare to face these challenges both now and in the future?
Chemicals are commonly used in the textile and apparel industry. As consumers become more concerned about the materials and processes involved in the making of their products, how can we ensure more sustainable use of chemicals in the textile and apparel industry?
American beer Bud Light is set to become “the first US beer to include comprehensive details for ingredients and serving facts directly on packaging.” The makers of Bud Light are moving the beer industry towards greater transparency—but more progress can still be made.
Supply chain transparency is essential not only for ensuring responsible products, but also for connecting consumers with the brands behind their purchases.
What is the problem with deforestation, and how can we eliminate it from today’s supply chains? Check out our visual guide to learn more.
As with any major trend, it is important to carefully evaluate whether it is truly right for you and your business. Today’s businesses need to know where their products are coming from and who they are working with. But rather than assuming blockchain will answer these questions, businesses should work in reverse: first, find an effective solution to achieve supply chain transparency, then see how blockchain can be implemented for greater value.
October 18 is Anti-Slavery Day. Despite its origins in the United Kingdom, this date serves as a global reminder of the importance of combating all forms of modern slavery. Businesses and their supply chains are extremely implicated in the fight against modern slavery. Unfortunately, human rights violations can be found…
Discussions about supply chain transparency almost always focus on the relationship between brands, retailers, and their consumers. In an era of increasing shopper interest in where and how products are made, consumer-facing businesses are seeking new ways to build trust and earn loyalty. Suppliers are by no means immune from this…