Food, beverage, and dietary supplement companies flirted with co-manufacturers and co-packers for years but fully embraced them as supply chain partners in the aftermath of a historic global supply chain collapse. Outsourcing core manufacturing –...
Consumer packages goods (CPG) brands – especially in the food, beverage, and dietary supplements space – have increasingly turned to contract manufacturers to adapt to shifting economic conditions.
Food and beverage consumers are changing, and so are their attitudes about food. And the aftershocks of the pandemic have fundamentally altered how we interact with brands and their products.
A decade after Colorado and Washington legalized marijuana for recreational use – and nearly 50 years after Oregon decriminalized the drug, the federal government took another step closer to following suit.
We wrap up this limited Coffee Talk blog series by circling back with TraceGains Vice President of Product Greg Heartman, who shares what we’ve been up to this year and where we’re headed.
In this penultimate chapter of our limited series showing what we’re been working on at TraceGains, we sit down with with Regulatory Standards Manager Kari Barnes.
The supply chain features countless moving parts. Any minor disruption can be catastrophic to the entire system. Any shifts that harm any aspect of the supply chain are a disruption or challenge. In recent years, supply chains have faced massive...
After years of inaction, Congress appears poised to act on the dietary supplement industry’s greatest fear: a mandatory product registry.
In this new installment of our limited series revealing more of what we do at TraceGains, we chat with Principal Product Manager John Thorpe.