Supply Chain

Promoting affordability and access for consumers through frictionless supply chains.

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Creating Frictionless Supply Chains

The supply chain responsible for delivering CPG products to every American home is incredibly complex, made up of thousands of processes and decisions that are invisible to consumers but essential to getting them the things they rely on every day.

Enhancing Trust

Embracing Technology

Sustainable Sourcing

Enhancing Trust

Americans entrust us to deliver products safely and reliably, a responsibility to consumers — including our own families — that we take seriously.

Embracing Technology

Supply chain innovations ensure products are consistently delivered safely, efficiently, sustainably and affordably.

Sustainable Sourcing

The CPG industry is committed to sustainable and transparent supply chains that ensure products are sourced and delivered with respect for environmental health.


The CPG industry accounts for one-fifth of all freight shipping in the United States.

Our industry is a key stakeholder – and expert voice – on supply chain issues. The Consumer Brands Association works to remove barriers to providing American consumers the affordable products they rely on every day.

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From the News

Confusion Reigns as Companies, Industries Try to Navigate U.S. COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout

Press Release

Consumer Brands Comments on Biden Pick of Pete Buttigieg for Transportation Secretary


The 2020 Election, Explained for CPG

From Members

“Every day, we want to ensure the availability, accessibility and affordability of the products that Americans rely on.

To do that, we need a transportation system that accounts for growing consumer demands and that recognizes the importance of freight as an enabling force for quality of life.”

Adrienne L. Beckett
Vice President of Supply Chain at Post Consumer Brands


Trading Partner Alliance

TPA is a joint industry affairs-industry relations leadership group that was formed by the Consumer Brands Association and the Food Marketing Institute in January 2009. It exists to develop a shared retailer-manufacturer agenda on supply chain efficiency issues, the application of information technology, the adoption of environmentally friendly business practices and other issues.

When Well-Intended Regulation Fails

While taking breaks and hours limits are important parts of trucking safety, the rigid mandates enforcing them can actually reduce it. The Consumer Brands Association backs common-sense changes to the federal government’s “hours of service” rules that would give truck drivers greater flexibility, address oversights in the current rules and make U.S. roads safer for everyone.

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Research & Resources


Reducing System Dwell Time Through Collaboration


Defining ‘On-time, In-full’ in the Consumer Sector