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If you were fortunate enough to attend the three-day event in Atlanta, Georgia, on April 24-27, we hope you found the chance to network, share and learn as rewarding as we did. It was a great opportunity, as always, to meet with industry colleagues old and new.
Whether you made it to the event or not, there are still valuable opportunities to engage with what was discussed and uncovered — including industry insights and predictions.
The conference agenda was filled with experts, influencers and community members from across the food and regulatory fields. NSF’s conference contribution featured a panel discussion with three industry experts who discussed the critical topic “Keeping Up With a Changing World: How to Tackle the Top Risks and Disruptions in the Food Supply Chain.”
Our invited panelists included Samuel Barrett (Global Food Safety and Quality Assurance Manager, Yum!), Andrew Clarke (Senior Director, Quality Assurance, Loblaws) and Alison Johnson (Managing Director, Food Forensics), who joined us virtually, with introductions from Pedro Sancha, NSF’s CEO. The panel was moderated by George Gansner, Senior Managing Director, Consulting, Training, and Digital Solutions, NSF.
Delivering safe, sustainable and affordable food to a growing population is becoming increasingly challenging, with a range of emerging risks. Some of the key learnings from the conference include:
Our panel discussion highlighted the need to work with key supply chain partners to reduce waste, increase supplier loyalty, and mitigate food quality and consumer safety concerns.
Our team were excited to meet old friends and new faces to network and talk about their food safety needs and opportunities to work together.
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