It’s an understatement to say that we’ve experienced severe, widespread supply chain disruptions over the past few years. Now that the worst of the Covid-19 pandemic is over, we’re still facing a perfect storm of crises that are negatively impacting our food supply – and it’s possible that the worst is yet to come.
Consider these simultaneous crises:
As we continue to face serious – and simultaneous – threats to our food supply, food brands and businesses should:
As supply chains continue to face unprecedented threats and disruptions, there’s huge uncertainty about what will happen to our global food supply moving forward. Food businesses that are taking proactive steps now will be in a much better position in the future. So, prioritise waste reduction; research and vet new suppliers; stay aware of industry trends and current events that may impact the food supply; and utilise tech tools to streamline operations and make important tasks more efficient and accurate.
Kari Hensien, president of RizePoint
As president of RizePoint, the longest-lasting quality management vendor in the marketplace, Kari Hensien has been instrumental in launching the company’s Ignite Supplier Certification Management solution and adding new features to make the platform even more valuable. Ignite allows companies to gather, organise and manage supplier documentation and information in a centralised location, track status and deadlines, ensure compliance and reduce time-consuming administrative tasks. Ignite leverages the latest tech stacks in cloud computing to deliver better speed of service, security and performance, with shortened development cycles. For more information or to discuss RizePoint’s solutions, please contact Kari at [email protected].
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