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Does your company receive products from the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region of the People’s Republic of China?

By Responsible Sourcing, Supply Chain Transparency, Traceability

Did you know? Did you know the top three commodities, or highest-risk materials, derived from forced labor are chemical, apparel/textile and agricultural goods? The Uyghur Forced Labor Act (UFLPA) limits the importation of goods produced using forced labor, especially in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region into the United States. It…

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The journey to supply chain traceability

By Food, Supply Chain Risk Management, Supply Chain Transparency, Traceability

While many advances have been made in terms of supply chain traceability, there is still more to be done. As the industry continues to evolve to a point where traceability is easily achieved—for all products, across all tiers, down to the farm—businesses can, in the meantime, work within the current context. We look at how businesses can approach their traceability journey in a way that balances today’s realities with tomorrow’s bold food safety goals.

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