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Many fresh commodities traded on public exchanges usually have relatively stable prices and reduced volatility; however, those fresh commodities that are not regularly traded on the public exchanges (fruits, vegetables, seafood, poultry, etc.) are still in the wild, wild, west. In some cases, commodities not traded on public exchanges experience tremendous volatility and price swings that can move 1000% or more over a 24-48 hour period. This case study provided by NGB Markets outlines how one foodservice buyer used new technology to manage this challenge.
Posted by NGB Markets July 16, 2015
Tagged in: Industry Research, Foodservice Trends, Foodservice Best Practices, Leadership, Insights, Associate Members