2020 has been exceptionally eventful for the global food and beverage supply chain. Increased and shifting consumer demands, supply chain disruptions and staffing shortages each have had an impact on product availability at retail. Sometimes, consumers couldn’t even find and purchase their favorite products for weeks or months on end.
While some would prefer to just forget about this year and return to “normal,” it’s that state of normal that led to those events and disruptions. So instead of returning to it, the food supply chain needs to move forward.
Register for this webinar to hear our expert speaker provide insight into the current state of the global food and beverage supply chain and answer the following questions:
- What has the food and beverage supply chain learned from this year?
- How can things improve in the short term?
- How can those learnings be implemented for 2021 and beyond?
Even though the calendar is turning over and a vaccine for COVID-19 is on the horizon, these learnings will continue to prove critical to maintaining business continuity and brand reputation.
Tatiana Rodriguez, Regional Sales Manager East Coast/Canada Global Sales, AIB International
Tatiana joined AIB International in 2016, and after various roles throughout multiple departments, she is now the Regional Sales Manager East Coast/Canada Global Sales. She is passionate about the food and beverage industry and works hard to offer solutions to the daily challenges clients are facing. She is also the primary point of contact for the Pandemic Prepared Certification, the first certification standard created for the food and beverage supply chain to address the pandemic.
Who Should Attend?
This webinar will benefit manufacturers in the food and beverage industry, including:
- Meat and poultry processors
- Snack and baking manufacturers
- Fruit and vegetable processors
What You Will Learn
- Best practices for supporting food safety, employee health and business continuity
- The importance of elevating critical planning, while raising the standard of integrity across an operation
- How to effectively implement key learnings from 2020 into future planning
For 100 years, AIB International has partnered with our clients to bring the enjoyment of safe, high-quality food to consumers everywhere. Through customized Training, Inspections & Consulting, Regulatory and Certification services, our global team of food safety and quality professionals in 120 countries is committed to helping our customers address virtually every link in their supply chains. Visit www.aibinternational.com for more information.