Let's get the preliminaries out of the way: (https://www.collinsdictionary.com)
goods (gʊdz ) Goods are things that are made to be sold.
commodity (kəmɒdɪti ) A commodity is something that is sold for money.
As seen above, the definitions are pretty close to each other, goods and commodities are things that are sold for money. However, the following paragraph implies that there's a difference between the meanings:
The forces of abundance, Asia and automation turn goods and services into commodities so quickly that the only way to survive is by constantly developing new innovations, inventing new categories, and giving the world something it didn't know it was missing.
What's the difference between goods and commodity here? do they share the same meaning? I used to think they meant the same thing but this paragraph has me doubt my understanding.
PS: I'm well aware that there's a similar question on the website, but mine is quite different from it, in that I'm interested to know the difference in meaning between the two words in CONTEXT, the other question asks about the difference in GENERAL. here's a link to it: What's the difference between "product" , "goods" and "commodity"?