Empowering Sustainable and Transparent Supply Chains

The Digital Product Passport solution that unlocks traceability, circularity, and consumer trust

Evidnt empowers businesses with Digital Product Passport in several key ways

Origin & Composition

Evidnt provides insights into product origin and composition, enabling manufacturers to maintain transparency.

One-Click Compliance

Streamlining compliance processes, Evidnt makes it easy for manufacturers to adhere to regulations.

Anti-Counterfeit Measures

Evidnt helps manufacturers combat counterfeit products, allowing end users to verify authenticity.

E-Leaflets

By enabling digital leaflets, Evidnt enhances communication with consumers.

Care Instructions

Evidnt can include washing instructions, dry cleaning guidance, ironing recommendations, and any necessary professional care instructions

Supply Chain Efficiency

Optimizing supply chain processes, Evidnt improves overall efficiency.

Environmental Impact

Evidnt allows manufacturers to showcase their sustainability values and impacts to their end users.

USE CASES

A Digital Product Passport (DPP) provides detailed digital records of a product's origin, materials, and sustainability practices.

Digital Product Passport for

Fashion & Apparels

A Digital Product Passport (DPP) for an apparel line is a digital record that provides detailed information about each garment. This includes data on materials, manufacturing processes, origin, and sustainability credentials. It enhances transparency, enabling consumers to make informed choices, and supports the circular economy by facilitating recycling and reuse.

Transparency & Compliance
Creating DPPs for Apparel enables companies to enhance transparency, build customer trust, and comply with E.U. regulations.
Sustainability Data
Apparel DPPs include item-level details such as company information, raw materials, and manufacturing processes.
QR Code Access
Companies can provide customers with a QR code, either on the product or in accompanying materials. Scanning the QR code reveals the Digital Product Passport for Apparel.
Circular Economy Support
Apparel DPPs contribute to a circular economy by delivering sustainability data at the product level.

Sample Data for an Apparel DPP

Name, Address, Contact Info

Washing Instructions, Dry cleaning guidance, Ironing recommendations

Materials/ingredients origin (sourcing information)

Details on manufacturing process

Water usage and reduction in manufacturing process

Wine &

Beverages

A Digital Product Passport (DPP) for wine and beverages is a digital record that offers comprehensive information about each product. This includes details on ingredients, production methods, origin, and sustainability practices. It enhances transparency for consumers, helping them make informed choices, and supports traceability and authenticity in the supply chain, ensuring product quality and sustainability.

Wine Traceability and Authenticity
DPPs can provide detailed information about the origin of the wine, including the vineyard, grape varieties, and production methods. This transparency enhances consumer trust and ensures the authenticity of the product.
Environmental Impact Assessment​
Wineries can use this information to assess their environmental impact and make informed decisions to reduce their carbon footprint.
Health and Safety Information​
DPPs can include health-related details, such as allergen information, sulfite levels, and recommended consumption guidelines.
Wine Aging and Storage Recommendations​
DPPs can provide guidance on optimal storage conditions for different types of wine (e.g., temperature, humidity, light exposure).
Circular Economy Initiatives
Wineries can share information about bottle recycling programs, encouraging consumers to return empty bottles for proper disposal or reuse.

Sample Data for a Wine & Beverages DPP

Winery name, address, unique id and contact information.

Grape varieties used, vineyard location, and vintage year.

Details on fermentation, aging, and bottling.

– Ingredients list: All bottles of wine must include a list of ingredients, including sulfites
– Nutritional information: All bottles of wine with more than 1.2% alcohol must include a nutrition label

Ideal storage conditions (temperature, humidity).

Information on bottle recycling programs

Pharmaceuticals

A Digital Product Passport (DPP) for pharmaceuticals offers comprehensive digital documentation of a product’s ingredients, manufacturing processes, and safety compliance. It enhances transparency and traceability, ensuring that consumers and healthcare providers have access to critical information. This supports regulatory compliance, quality assurance, and informed decision-making in healthcare.

Wine Traceability and Authenticity
DPPs can provide detailed information about the origin of the wine, including the vineyard, grape varieties, and production methods. This transparency enhances consumer trust and ensures the authenticity of the product.
Environmental Impact Assessment​
Wineries can use this information to assess their environmental impact and make informed decisions to reduce their carbon footprint.
Health and Safety Information​
DPPs can include health-related details, such as allergen information, sulfite levels, and recommended consumption guidelines.
Wine Aging and Storage Recommendations​
DPPs can provide guidance on optimal storage conditions for different types of wine (e.g., temperature, humidity, light exposure).
Circular Economy Initiatives
Wineries can share information about bottle recycling programs, encouraging consumers to return empty bottles for proper disposal or reuse.

Sample Data for a Wine & Beverages DPP

Winery name, address, unique id and contact information.

Grape varieties used, vineyard location, and vintage year.

Details on fermentation, aging, and bottling.

– Ingredients list: All bottles of wine must include a list of ingredients, including sulfites
– Nutritional information: All bottles of wine with more than 1.2% alcohol must include a nutrition label

Ideal storage conditions (temperature, humidity).

Information on bottle recycling programs

Chemicals

A Digital Product Passport (DPP) for chemicals offers comprehensive digital documentation of a product’s ingredients, manufacturing processes, and safety compliance. It enhances transparency and traceability, ensuring that consumers and healthcare providers have access to critical information. This supports regulatory compliance, quality assurance, and informed decision-making in healthcare.

Wine Traceability and Authenticity
DPPs can provide detailed information about the origin of the wine, including the vineyard, grape varieties, and production methods. This transparency enhances consumer trust and ensures the authenticity of the product.
Environmental Impact Assessment​
Wineries can use this information to assess their environmental impact and make informed decisions to reduce their carbon footprint.
Health and Safety Information​
DPPs can include health-related details, such as allergen information, sulfite levels, and recommended consumption guidelines.
Wine Aging and Storage Recommendations​
DPPs can provide guidance on optimal storage conditions for different types of wine (e.g., temperature, humidity, light exposure).
Circular Economy Initiatives
Wineries can share information about bottle recycling programs, encouraging consumers to return empty bottles for proper disposal or reuse.

Sample Data for a Wine & Beverages DPP

Winery name, address, unique id and contact information.

Grape varieties used, vineyard location, and vintage year.

Details on fermentation, aging, and bottling.

– Ingredients list: All bottles of wine must include a list of ingredients, including sulfites
– Nutritional information: All bottles of wine with more than 1.2% alcohol must include a nutrition label

Ideal storage conditions (temperature, humidity).

Information on bottle recycling programs

Artwork Management

A Digital Product Passport (DPP) for chemicals offers comprehensive digital documentation of a product’s ingredients, manufacturing processes, and safety compliance. It enhances transparency and traceability, ensuring that consumers and healthcare providers have access to critical information. This supports regulatory compliance, quality assurance, and informed decision-making in healthcare.

Wine Traceability and Authenticity
DPPs can provide detailed information about the origin of the wine, including the vineyard, grape varieties, and production methods. This transparency enhances consumer trust and ensures the authenticity of the product.
Environmental Impact Assessment​
Wineries can use this information to assess their environmental impact and make informed decisions to reduce their carbon footprint.
Health and Safety Information​
DPPs can include health-related details, such as allergen information, sulfite levels, and recommended consumption guidelines.
Wine Aging and Storage Recommendations​
DPPs can provide guidance on optimal storage conditions for different types of wine (e.g., temperature, humidity, light exposure).
Circular Economy Initiatives
Wineries can share information about bottle recycling programs, encouraging consumers to return empty bottles for proper disposal or reuse.

Sample Data for a Wine & Beverages DPP

Winery name, address, unique id and contact information.

Grape varieties used, vineyard location, and vintage year.

Details on fermentation, aging, and bottling.

– Ingredients list: All bottles of wine must include a list of ingredients, including sulfites
– Nutritional information: All bottles of wine with more than 1.2% alcohol must include a nutrition label

Ideal storage conditions (temperature, humidity).

Information on bottle recycling programs