What is the value of traceability beyond offering transparency?

Who in the supply chain is willing to pay for transparent product information?

What is this data worth to them? Could supply chain data actually serve as a new source of income?

Lot’s of question. Together with Marianne van Keep, the sustainability manager at Verstegen, we found all the answers and more during our webinar that took place on Thursday, August 20th at 5PM CEST.

TraceTalks #1: the added value of transparency

Join the conversation with Marten van Gils (Tech director, Fairfood) and Derek Hardwick (Product Owner, Trace)  to know about the social, ecological and monetary value that Trace can add to your company.

Joining the webinar will also be Marianne Van Keep (Sustainability and Purchasing Director, Verstegen Spices & Sauces BV) to share how Trace assisted Verstegen in their sustainability projects and supply chain concerns.

Who is this webinar for?

This webinar will be especially informative to people working in the agro-food industry with CSR mission to support their farmers or looking for technological solutions towards supply chain transparency.

But if you are a blockchain enthusiast, an advocate in the agriculture sector or just anyone curious about sustainability and supply chains, we definitely have a space for you!

What will you learn?

  • The added value of implementing traceability and transparency in your food supply chains;
  • How data can serve as an additional source of income for the people involved in your supply chains;
  • How Verstegen is already incorporating data as a new income source for the farmers they work with.

In this article you can find all the questions and answers from during the webinar.

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