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2021 Food & Beverage Forum

Presented By:
Paul E. Edwards Bob Denninger Bob Bond
Date:
Nov. 9, 2021
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View our on-demand sessions from the 2021 Food & Beverage Forum featuring an economic outlook and multiple panels of experts in supply chain, industry trends, and retail.
Close-up view of potato chips on a conveyor belt.View our on-demand sessions from the 2021 Food & Beverage Forum, a one-day virtual event that featured an economic outlook session from industry expert Michael Gregory of BMO Capital Markets, and two panel discussions on issues ranging from global supply chain optimization, resource and staffing issues, and the changing face of retail.

Food & beverage industry leaders are dealing with constant change and new problems to solve daily. Not only have we seen unexpected changes in the way people buy, eat, and make decisions – organizations have been forced to change gears at a rapid pace to adapt and thrive in a transforming industry landscape.

Panelists during each session discussed the state of the food & beverage industry, while also focusing on specific issues related to the supply chain, strategy and operations, and rapidly changing consumer behavior.

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