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BN02.A Soy traceability and supply chain transparency

Proforest | 2018 | Proforest

Most risks associated with soy refer to the place of origin and practices at farm-level. To better understand their own exposure to the main risks, manage them and assess the level of progress towards implementing
responsible sourcing policies, companies need to ensure products are traceable in the supply chain back to production. This can be challenging for commodities with a complex supply chain, such as soy.
This briefing note outlines a process to map the supply chain and implement traceability systems, considering the main challenges, tools, and practical examples for companies at different positions in the supply chain.