Supply Chain Visibility in Agriculture and Mining

There was a recent news article about how tthirty-six million pounds of soybeans were tagged and sold as “organic,” even though it was treated with pesticides. The news article explains how the soybeans were grown in Ukraine and shipped as non-organic produce – but when they arrived in California, after passing through Turkey, they had remarkably transformed into organic soybeans. Somewhere along the supply chain, someone made millions of dollars of windfall profits, as a result of this magical transformation. This news underscores an important challenge agriculture and metal companies face today – that of supply chain visibility. Source: EKA – Supply Chain Visibility in Agriculture and Mining

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