How Does TagOne Help You?
The success and failure of your business is increasingly connected to your ingredient supply chain. Any misstep in purchasing ingredients from the wrong supplier, having a documentation miscue, or failing to distinguish the quality and source of your product can lead to significant reputational risk and financial losses. TagOne's platform streamlines your supply chain operation, differentiates your brand and minimizes regulatory and legal risk.
Build Customer Trust
Educated consumers are increasingly scrutinizing ingredients and demanding transparency. TagOne allows you to engage consumers and share the safety, science, source and "story" of your food or natural product.
Reduce Business Risk
FDA/ state regulatory audits, class action lawsuits, recalls & returns and reputational risk are putting every company on a tightrope. Knowing the source of products, what's in them and who grew them, is no longer an option, it's a requirement.
Manage Supply Chain Complexity
Tracking your suppliers (and their suppliers) ingredient transactions, documentation, buyers, and product transformation is near impossible with past platforms. TagOne streamlines and simplifies your product visibility and workflow.
"Our industry is based on a deep bond of trust between consumer and seller. To keep a buyer's trust intact, ingredient quality must be backed up by reliable, transparent data and a system to manage it. TagOne has solved this challenge."
-Dr. Anand Swaroop, CEO, Cepham
TagOne's blockchain enabled technology solution empowers our partners with comprehensive supply chain visibility from "seed to shelf".
The TagOne Podcast
The official TagOne podcast is live! Join us as we talk with dedicated professionals who bring transparency to our food and natural products.
Listen on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts!
It's here! The joint whitepaper with Allay Consulting and TagOne is now available (at no cost). As the hemp industry continues to mature, the need to implement procedures that keep consumers safe, products pure, and companies out of hot water, becomes increasingly important. That includes incorporating Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP or cGMP's) and integrating your supply chain.
How to Prepare for GMP Certification
Common GMP Mistakes
Best Practices for Document Management
Managing and Tracking Supply Chain Data
What is Traceability and Why it's Important
Moving to Fully Integrated Traceability