In this detailed guide with real-world examples, we explain the benefits of product traceability and the key technologies being deployed today.
Our anti-counterfeiting technology team breaks down the main QR code solutions for anti-counterfeiting on product packaging.
Counterfeiting is a vast and perpetual problem causing lost revenue and threats to public health. Anti-counterfeiting technologies are also plentiful though, but which is best?
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has recently established new requirements for food traceability, meaning the ability to trace the movement of food products through the supply chain from “farm to fork”. These changes mean new rules for compliance. QR codes on food items at all stages of transport and delivery are the recommended response.
Decree 2022-748 under the French Anti-Waste for a Circular Economy law (AGEC) obliges all producers, importers and dealers of waste generating products in France to showcase environmental qualities and characteristics of packaging and products.
Digital Product Passports are part of several new regulations issued by the European Commission for gathering and sharing data on products and their supply chains.
E.U. wine label requirements have changed. Beginning December 8th, 2023, all wine sold in the E.U must display new information according to regulation (EU) 2021/2117 of the European parliament and of the council in a revision to the E.U. Common Agriculture Policy.
Peter Kostur, Sales & Partnerships Director EMEA, walks you through some of the pros and cons of different types of anti-counterfeiting technology; covert vs. overt and physical vs. digital, emphasizing secure QR codes.
We discuss the grey market and its effects on brands and consumers with Ricardo Garcia and Nathan J. Anderson.
In this article, we discuss three of the most disruptive ways digitized products are transforming the old distributor and dealer B2B sales model.
Every supply chain, regardless of industry, has common pain points that plague the entire system such as volatility of demand, talent shortage, and rising commodity prices.
Most companies either underestimate their capability to gather high-quality consumer data or don’t do enough. Product digitalization fills the gap and delivers insights on demand.
Knorr needed their customers to see their product’s superior ingredients as the Knorr unique selling proposition.