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Brand managers tell us "now I can finally see exactly where my product is in the supply chain."

The Transparent Path platform shows brand managers where their product is, and what’s happening to it in real time.

Supply chain partners say "I want to prove to my customers that the product was shipped safely and securely in my custody."

Supply chain managers can make real-time decisions and provide proof they are achieving service-level agreements. 

Consumers want to know if marketing claims are real — and that the food they are buying is trustworthy.

94% of consumers would pay more for transparency into the products they eat.

We build proof.™

 

We provide the technologies to show your customers and partners where your product came from, how it got to them, and what happened to it in the supply chain.

FOOD, BEAUTY & PHARMA BRANDS


CPG brands face unacceptably high risk, due to lack of business intelligence, systemic inefficiencies, disconnected systems, and the potential for massive loss of trust involved in recalls.

IT’S A DATA PROBLEM


A vast, complex global supply chain, with disparate systems and data collection methods, leads enterprises to say “I can’t tell how much inventory I have at each location, or in transit.”

“I have no idea what happens to our product when it goes into a container.”

“I can’t anticipate purchasing or production needs, let alone be agile.”

 

CONSUMER TRUST IN FOOD & BEV AT ALL-TIME LOWS


“I don’t trust marketers. I mean, who knows if this is really organic — I doubt it. They can say anything they want, and we don’t know where it comes from or where it’s been.”

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of consumers say it is important to them that the brands and manufacturers they buy from are transparent about what is in their food and how it is made.

LABELINSIGHTS, 2016

And most consumers are willing to pay more for transparent products.

RESPONSE MEDIA TRANSPARENCY SURVEY, JULY 2017

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Fresh Foods

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Packaged Goods

%

Beauty

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Baby Products

Prove your brand is trustworthy

to customers, shareholders and the market.
 

You can’t just have a blockchain app and say you’re trustworthy. By combining automated data collection, certifying facts on the ground, and storing product information and provenance on a distributed ledger, every partner on the supply chain can prove the product’s origin, its path through the chain, and that each partner met performance and compliance criteria.

HOW TO START

The Transparent Path Framework

Automated data collection

using inexpensive printed sensor technologies.

On-the-ground certification

using trusted, agnostic, third-party auditors.

Provenance dapps

We partner with blockchain dapps that are proven and in-market.
WHO WE ARE


We are customer experience executives, brand managers and solutions architects from the CPG world.

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CNN: Recalls foul some SuperBowl LIII foods

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New Republic: America’s Enduring Failure to Prevent Food-Borne Illness

Five dead and 216 sickened across 36 states. Why don’t we have a system that lets us track food-borne contamination back to the source — quickly?

Walmart tells leafy green suppliers: “this is happening”

Walmart makes it clear: if you want a seat at the table, you need to pay to play.

Chicago Tribune: This lab is on the front lines

Human lives and billions in brand budgets are on the line in the fight against foodborne illness. In one incident, a five-gallon bucket of salmonella-infected peanut butter product spilled on researchers. A 2015 Ohio State University study found that the annual...