Why do we hear the word «transparency» all over today? Because consumers are looking for more transparent products. They want to know what is in the products they buy. How were they made? Where do they come from? To illustrate the concept of transparency, let’s take the example of a quiche, a famous French dish.
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?
Spring cleaning is upon us. Winter is over and summer is coming. It is the perfect time to curate your wardrobe, get rid of old or unused clothing, and buy new clothes for the upcoming season.
Transparency-One CEO Chris Morrison speaks at the SGS Special Session on FSMA at the Global Food Safety Conference in Houston, Texas (March 1, 2017).