2020-2025 Dietary Guidelines for Americans Are Here

How prepared is your company to adapt to the new 2020-2025 Dietary Guidelines for Americans (DGA)? With the nation's go-to source for nutrition advice getting a significant update in it's 9th edition, food, beverage, and dietary supplements...

The Power – and Problems – of Organic Shows in Survey

For years, people treated the organic food craze like a fad that consumers would probably grow out of. Besides, the higher costs would always outweigh any potential benefits. 

COVID-19 Impacts Food and Supplements Supply Chains

According to the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), the COVID-19 pandemic impacts the worlds food systems and disrupts regional agricultural trade and value chains. The FAO has warned that food shortages are a real risk in the coming...

How to Comply. FDA Issues Final 2020 Label Guidance.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced new guidance to help packaged food makers comply with the latest Nutrition Facts label guidelines.

The First Sold-Out TGCon is in the Books

TGCon 2019, out sixth annual user conference, wrapped late last week, capping off the annual event’s most successful run yet. TGCon 2019 drew a sold-out crowd with hundreds of customers, suppliers, and partners.

Highlights from Day Two of TGCon

As day two dawned on TGCon 2019, attention turned to the long-burgeoning cannabidiol industry.

A New Day Dawns on Food Labels

The clock is ticking on the food and supplement labels we’ve known for decades. After countless delays and rule changes, the FDA has finally set a deadline for new and improved food labels.

Top 10 Reasons to Attend TGCon 2019

We’re ramping up for TGCon 2019 – the only place where the TraceGains community comes together under one roof to network, learn and solve business challenges. The theme of this year’s conference is “Plug In. Go Faster.” We’ll showcase how our...

The New Gold Standard for Collaboration

The food, beverage, and supplements industries face a host of new challenges as they struggle to stay competitive in increasingly crowded markets.

Summer News Roundup

It’s been a busy summer for the food, beverage, and the consumer packaged goods business – and that’s with Congress making almost no headway with the Farm Bill.