Gartner Research

Food Recalls and Fraud Cases Put New Emphasis on Supply Chain Traceability

Published: 15 June 2016

ID: G00302211

Analyst(s): John Johnson , Andrew Stevens


Increasing incidents of food recalls, combined with social media coverage, can damage a brand and company's image. Chief supply chain officers and supply chain strategists must identify steps to develop robust infrastructures focused on supply chain traceability and quality across the supply chain.

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  • Several Factors Drive Manufacturers to Pursue Increased Supply Chain Traceability Across the Food Supply Chain

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