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This webinar takes a look at how the NASC Preferred Supplier program is helping pet supplement manufacturers achieve transparency and satisfy FSMA requirements by connecting NASC members to carefully vetted and qualified suppliers of the products and services they need to run their businesses.
We know that now more than ever, consumers consider their pets members of the family and expect pet products to be as high in quality as the products they buy for themselves. There’s a demand for transparency and traceability in pet products like we’ve never seen, and manufacturers must take a proactive approach to supply chain verification.
During this webinar, we’ll look at how the NASC Preferred Supplier program is helping pet supplement manufacturers achieve transparency and satisfy FSMA requirements by connecting NASC members to carefully vetted and qualified suppliers of the products and services they need to run their businesses. We’ll show how the program saves time and money, streamlines procurement and increases consumer confidence for the manufacturer and exposes the supplier to a robust customer base.
Following the overview, a panel discussion will dive into firsthand accounts of how the program is benefitting several current NASC Preferred Suppliers. Join us to learn how this program could be a success story for your business.
Jon Benninger is vice president and market leader at Informa Markets. He focuses on the strategic direction and growth of the SupplySide portfolio, which includes SupplySide West, SupplySide East, Natural Products Insider and Food & Beverage Insider. He coordinates with leaders of the other Informa health and nutrition events and brands, including Natural Products Expo, Vitafoods, Food ingredients, NEXT and Nutrition Business Journal. Benninger joined the company in 1995 as the founding editor of the company’s first trade magazine for the nutrition industry.
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