What is traceability?
Classically defined, “traceability” refers to the completeness of information available at every step of an industrial process chain. Looking backward, one can trace a product through its entire evolution, whether it’s from seed to shelf, sheep to sweater or cow to carton.
Unfortunately, for the natural products, nutrition and conscious-living industries, supply chain traceability has historically been kept behind closed doors, often unavailable to even the manufacturers who market the finished products.
Learn how traceability differs from that other oft-used industry buzzword, “transparency,” and follow the 10-step road map to traceability.