2020 and 2021 were tough years for global supply chains including those in the food industry. Many of the trends that we’ve seen over the past two years promise to continue into 2022 and 2023 and will likely have a major impact on food production, distribution, and consumption patterns for years to come.
The last two years have caused chaos to supply chains around the world. Paired with new consumer habits, rising inflation, and an increased dependence on direct-to-consumer, e-commerce, and discount food options, the pandemic era has upended the way food moves in the United States. Get all the latest details in this comprehensive e-book.
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