5 Results for "Foodservice Supply Chain"
COEX 2014, March 2-5, will deliver breakthrough best practices for collaboration between operators and manufacturers. The 3-day insights-driven and networking event created by operators will aid partners in speaking the same language, thus enabling the co-creation of demand to reach the ultimate target: the consumer.
Posted by November 20, 2013
Tagged in: COEX, Consumer Planning, Channel Partners, Distributors, Distinguished Foodservice Awards, Connect, Foodservice Operators, Manufacturer Members, Foodservice Supply Chain
The foodservice supply chain matured over the past decade, with increased use of technology, more data, and improved collaboration. We asked operators to weigh in on how this has effected them.
Posted by August 13, 2014
Tagged in: Presidents Conference, Foodservice Leaders, Channel Partners, Optimize, Connect, Foodservice Operators, Foodservice Supply Chain
Consumers have become more knowledgeable about the food they eat, and are increasingly interested in doing business with companies in all industries, including foodservice, who share their values and are part of their community. They also care a great deal about experiences and value. Therefore, creating demand in the future will still be about the basics of food, service, and cleanliness, but will increasingly be about experiences and choices.
Posted by IFMA July 18, 2014
Tagged in: Presidents Conference, Industry Research, Foodservice Leaders, Channel Partners, Optimize, Connect, Foodservice Operators, Foodservice Supply Chain
Leaders of IFMA, the NRA and IFDA delivered a SWOT analysis during their Foodservice "State of the Industry" Report, presented at the 2014 Presidents Conference. Their findings? The industry grew in 2014 and significant opportunities exist to increase consumer demand in 2015. Substantial savings opportunities can also be gained through more efficient supply chains this year. Learn how industry-wide collaboration is expected to continue contributing to increased foodservice sales and profitability in 2015.
Posted by IFMA January 20, 2015
Tagged in: Presidents Conference, Consumer Planning, Industry Research, Foodservice Leaders, Foodservice Supply Chain, Foodservice Category Management, Operator/Manufacturer Collaboration
What does the foodservice supply chain look like in 2015? Foodservice insiders explain how they see the industry's supply chain taking shape over the next few critical years with the support of the Foodservice GS1 US Standards Initiative.
Posted by January 09, 2013
Tagged in: GS1, Optimize, Video, Foodservice Supply Chain