Supply Chain Chaos Sends Companies Scrambling

American manufacturing has been outsourcing production overseas for so long that “Made in China” labels are as pervasive as price tags.

Aftershocks Rock the Supply Chain

2020 shook the supply chain to its core. And while there are signs of recovery, with production ramping back up and consumers returning to brick-and-mortar retail outlets, aftershocks threaten the global supply chain. From suppliers to manufacturers...

Rising Food Ingredient Prices Bring Suppliers to the Forefront

Food ingredient prices are on the rise. With razor-thin profit margins, even slight increases create ripple effects throughout the industry. The U.N. Food Agriculture Organization (FAO), which follows the monthly rates of the international prices of...

Solutions for Food and Supplements Makers to Navigate COVID-19

The World Health Organization (WHO), the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) agree there’s no evidence that food or food packaging is a source for the transmission of COVID-19. Still, some...

COVID-19 Sends Mixed Economic Messages

The United States remains in uncharted territory due to the impact COVID-19 has had on the economy. While the health and welfare of Americans is still the top priority, the repercussions of shutting down most of the economy are hard to ignore.

COVID-19 US Food & Beverage, Supplements, and CPG Industry Report

The impact of COVID-19 on the food, supplement, and CPG industries can’t be understated, with changes in consumer behavior and disrupted supply chains.