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.

Bimbo had Questions. TraceGains had Answers.

The exchange of information between suppliers and customers has been a mess in the food and beverage industry as far back as anyone can remember. There are several reasons for this, but it’s driven primarily by the massive duplication of effort...

Tariffs Threaten Food Supply Chain

Tariffs are suddenly all the rage. You can hardly make it through a single news cycle without hearing about them. In August 2018, China announced a new round of 25% tariffs on U.S. goods worth about $16 billion.

E. Coli Outbreak Reveals a Fragile Food Chain

Food safety is something we all take for granted until we can’t.

Sugar Program Leaves Bakers with a Bitter Taste

It’s 2018. That means we get the World Cup, a royal wedding, and what promises to be some pretty dramatic midterm elections.

Amazon Discovers Groceries Are Harder Than Books

While few people expected Amazon’s historic leap into the crowded grocery business last summer with its $13.4 billion purchase of Whole Foods, nearly everyone has had an opinion. Despite the prognostications, though, most would be hard-pressed to...

FSMA Enforcement Delay Stirs Controversy

When federal regulators ask for comments to proposed rule changes, it’s a lot like a game of Marco Polo – with 300 million swimmers. Commenters either drown the agency with a flood of conflicting opinions, or they barely cause a ripple.