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Inclusive Procurement Programs Pay Dividends

With an increase in data exchange and transparency, consumers everywhere can better examine a company’s supply chain. In an era where purchases increasingly reflect values of inclusivity, sustainability, and ethical procurement practices, all it...

Product Development: Start with the End in Mind

Kimberly Schaub is a senior product development scientist who, most recently, worked with Bulletproof 360, a company that makes coffee and tea products.

Why Food and Supplements Companies Need to Fail Fast

With seismic shifts in consumer priorities and changing sales channels, pressure for food, beverage, and supplements companies to innovate is at an all-time high.

Why Suppliers Should Watch TGCon Live 2020 On-Demand

Suppliers in the food, supplements, and CPG space that build trust with customers win more business. 

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...

Sustainability Doesn’t Have to be a Pipe Dream

As technology has advanced and populations have expanded, so has the supply chain that produces food, beverages, and ingredients worldwide. That growth has been accelerating exponentially over the last two decades.

Supplements Caught in Trade War Crossfire

After years of silence, tariffs came out of retirement last year when President Trump levied them against trade allies and rivals alike. In 2018, Trump launched the global trade war with 25% tariffs on all steel imports and a 10% tax on aluminum...