I love the smell of legalese in the morning.
This is tripping over its shoelaces:
any or all ... information ... that Supplier may create or come into possession of through or in connection with this Agreement.
Just change "come into possession of" to "obtain".
P.S. The usual purpose of such boilerplate is to be as inclusive as possible. These clauses typically contain the phrase "... shall include, without limitation" or "...shall include but not be limited to". Here, your "any or all" goes in that direction. A court would be likely to err on the side of inclusiveness when interpreting the phrase "that Supplier may create or obtain through or in connection with this Agreement", so if the desire is to exclude any sort of information, whether created or obtained, you should spell it out explicitly. An argument that the restrictive clause applies only to information related to trade or design probably wouldn't stand. A court would probably say "patterns, plans, guidelines" also fall under the scope of the restrictive clause "that supplier may create or obtain through or in connection with this Agreement".