Enormous, disruptive forces are having an impact on the types of food and beverage products that are available to consumers. The need to adapt to extreme changes, whether they are caused by climate, pandemic, or war, means that supply chains will likely need to shorten and diversify.  At the same time consumer expectations regarding health effects, sustainability and flavors of products remain elevated. What does this mean for food brands, co-manufacturers, and ingredient suppliers?   



The objective of this webinar is to identify current issues and examine their implications for the industry. We will explore the different ways companies can cooperate across the supply chain to create innovative products. Looking at different models of cooperation, we will then spend some time understanding how effective use of data and automation make the management of these relationships and the new types of risks they incur all the more possible.

The webinar will be presented jointly by TraceGains, the industry’s leading collaborative network for suppliers, manufacturers, and brand owners, and SGS Digicomply, a leader in software systems for managing emerging risks and compliance intelligence.



Target Audience: The webinar is aimed at all food quality, R&D, procurement and regulatory compliance professionals.

Language: English
Cost: No Charge

Can't make a live session? Register now and receive a complimentary recording after the live event. For further information, please contact: food@sgs.com