EUDR has regulations in place to promote sustainable forest management, which includes reducing deforestation rates, protecting biodiversity, and ensuring the rights of indigenous peoples and local communities. By following EUDR regulations, countries and businesses can help mitigate the impact of deforestation and promote sustainable practices. With the EUDR application, you can check if any of the products in your supply chain consists of deforestation practices.

Following EUDR regulations related to deforestation is crucial in promoting sustainable forest management, reducing greenhouse gas emissions, protecting biodiversity, and ensuring the well-being of local communities and the world's ecosystem.


The Microplastic application scans all your product information and alert you, if any products contain microplastic that can be harmful to the consumer. You will see a warning symbol placed next to the ingredient or packaging.

By subscribing to this application, you can help reduce plastic waste and become more conscious about harmful elements in your supply chain.


REACH is a regulation implemented by the European Union in 2007 to protect human health and the environment from the risks posed by chemicals. The acronym REACH stands for Registration, Evaluation, Authorization, and Restriction of Chemicals. The importance of REACH lies in its ability to provide a comprehensive regulatory framework for the safe use of chemicals. The regulation applies to all substances, whether they are used in industrial processes, in consumer products or as intermediates.

SIN List

Want to make sure all the ingredients in your value chain does not involve harmful or hazardous chemicals? With the SIN List application, Prduct will automatically alert you if any of your or your supplier’s product ingredients are listed on the Chemsec SIN list.

For thousands of users all over the world Chemsec’s SIN List is the tool, as well as an established standard, for identyfing hazardous chemicals in different products and processes. Extended with additional relevant PFAS chemicals and improved functionality the SIN List now constitutes an even better starting point for substituting hazardous chemicals with safer alternatives.

SMETA questions

Want to educate yourself and get a better understanding of standards of labour, health and safety, environmental performance and ethics within your own operations or at a supplier site? The SMETA questions application offers a list of questions regarding the above topics that you and your suppliers can answer and gain clarity about different aspects of your value chain.

SMETA is the world’s most widely used audit. Businesses use SMETA to understand and make improvements to working conditions and environmental performance in their business and supply chain.

Supplier Contracts

Use the Suppler Contracts application to keep an overview of all your relevant contracts. Make sure your Code of Conduct is always up to date and keep track of which suppliers have signed their compliance. The application keeps track of all versions, drafts etc. of a contract. Updating your code of conduct is important to ensure that your organization remains ethical, compliant, and aligned with societal values.