Partnering to revolutionize supply chain transparency

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SGS and Transparency-One are working with Mars Food and Blippar to revolutionize end-to-end supply chain transparency.

Mars Food, with its partners, is exploring new ways to map its supply chains end to end and to connect customers with farmers through verified transparency and image recognition.

Introducing The Next Frontier of Supply Chain Transparency

Reinventing and revolutionizing the concept and application of supply chain transparency, this project has only just begun. Further details will be released in June, 2017 – stay tuned

SGS and Transparency-One

SGS and Transparency-One support the global supply chain industry by helping companies to ensure their products are safe and conform to product safety rules and regulations. The system they have designed enables companies to discover, analyze and monitor all suppliers, components, and facilities in their entire supply chain. It uses real-time supply chain data to reduce risk, identify component origins and ensure compliance.


SGS is the world’s leading inspection, verification, testing and certification company. SGS is recognized as the global benchmark for quality and integrity. With more than 90,000 employees, SGS operates a network of over 2,000 offices and laboratories around the world.


Blippar is the visual browser for the real world. It harnesses image recognition, augmented reality and computer vision technologies to bridge the physical and digital worlds through smart devices. With the Blippar app, brands can communicate directly to consumers at the point of purchase or consumption.


Transparency-One enables companies to discover, analyze, and monitor all suppliers, components, and facilities in the entire supply chain. Transparency-One combines cutting-edge graph database technology, supply chain expertise, and global supplier onboarding services to help all supply chain stakeholders reduce business risk. The company is based in Boston, Massachusetts with offices in Paris, France.

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