Supply Chain Transparency


Supply chain transparency refers to the degree to which information, data, and details about a product's journey from its origin to the end consumer are openly and readily available. It involves disclosing relevant information about suppliers, processes, materials, and social or environmental factors within the supply chain. Supply chain transparency aims to provide visibility and accountability, enabling stakeholders to understand and assess the ethical, environmental, and social impacts associated with a product. It helps promote responsible sourcing, fair labor practices, sustainable production, and consumer trust by fostering open communication, traceability, and the sharing of relevant information throughout the supply chain.

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