traceability

Ferrero Partners With Sourcemap for the Tracing of Its Hazelnut Value Chain

Press Release

January 27, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Sourcemap, a leading provider of supply chain mapping, traceability and transparency solutions for companies across multiple industries, is pleased to announce a new partnership with Ferrero.

Sourcemap and Scantrust Join Forces to Combine Connected Packaging With Supply Chain Traceability for New Customer Experience

Press Release

November 12, 2020 /3BL Media/ - Sourcemap, the supply chain transparency platform, is partnering with Scantrust, the connected packaging platform, to bring secure, verified supply chain transparency to consumers via unique and secured QR codes, NFC, and RFID. The combined Sourcemap + Scantrust offering provides:

Melissa & Doug Receives Forest Stewardship Council® Certification for Its New Stationery Line

Certification lets customers know products are sourced from FSC®-certified responsibly managed forests
Press Release

WILTON, Conn., May 12, 2020 /3BL Media/ - Melissa & Doug, the trusted toy and children’s product company known around the world for its commitment to open-ended play, announced that their first stationery line, which includes a variety of sticker and activity pads, among other products, has met the requirements for the internationally recognized Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC®) Chain of Custody (CoC) standard. This FSC CoC certification communicates to customers through product labeling that materials in that product have been sourced from FSC-certified responsibly managed forests.

Tracking Technologies. The Perfect Recipe for Efficient Logistics.

Article

Advanced tracking technologies are a cornerstone of efficient and sustainable logistical and production processes. This is nothing new, and has been embedded in CNH Industrial N.V., one of the world’s largest capital goods companies, working methodologies for many years.

New BCG Reports: Shrimp Farmers Worldwide Must Adopt Sustainable Practices—or Risk Falling Behind

Article

December 6, 2019 – Farmed shrimp is among the fastest-growing food products in the world. Global production, which has more than tripled since 2000, is poised to grow about 6% annually.

But producers must respond appropriately to the strong market forces that are reshaping the shrimp industry:

Food Transparency and Traceability

With the IBM Food Trust, suppliers and retailers can trace food across the global supply chain.
Article

Leafy greens can be traced on the blockchain. As can mashed potatoes, mangoes and most recently, shrimp. They are just some of the products farmers, food producers and retailers worldwide are tracing using IBM Food Trust, the leading blockchain solution for transparency and traceability within the global food supply chain. More than 50 companies have signed on to work with the trust.

This Apparel Brand Transparently Shows You Who Made Your Clothes

Article

Throughout the month of April, millions of consumers took to social media to ask the question #whomademyclothes, helping ignite a global conversation about supply chain transparency. 

Technology Advancements Boost Traceability in the Food Sector

by Jim Witkin
Article

This article series is sponsored by General Mills and produced by the TriplePundit editorial team.

In cases of widespread foodborne illness, like last year’s E. coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce, the next step is to determine where along the food supply chain the contamination occurred. That’s where food traceability—the ability to trace a product through every step in the supply chain, from point of origin to final retail location—comes into play.  

Traceability Is a Must for Companies With Zero-Deforestation Pledges

By Julie Nash
Blog

Unilever and Nestlé made waves in February when they became the first global food companies to publish their entire palm oil supply chains — both their direct suppliers and the mills that indirectly supply them. Palm oil is a key ingredient for many of the companies’ products, from margarine to candy to soap and shampoo; yet, it has been a thorn in the side of their zero-deforestation commitments.

Chicken of the Sea Brings Traceability to Consumers

Blog

As supply chains become more complex, consumers are in turn becoming more curious about the origins of the products they buy. This is especially true when it comes to the food we put in our bodies. Increasingly, consumers are demanding further transparency from companies – wanting to know where their products come from and what's in them. And companies are responding, establishing traceable supply chains to educate and engage consumers about important sustainability issues.

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