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Learn how brands can build and leverage stronger supplier relationships to create a dynamic and agile ingredient program.
Sustainability, taste, price and healthiness are the top factors shoppers consider when looking to fill their fridge, pantry and supplement cabinet. All four factors are also decided by the ingredients a brand chooses when formulating any product. “Unprecedented times” seem to be here to stay, companies that can remain agile in sourcing and qualifying new ingredients will be agile enough to thrive in the new normal. Networked ingredients give companies the power to quickly try new recipes, reformulate, document and collaborate with all supply chain partners to move faster. This session will help brands build and leverage stronger supplier relationships to create a dynamic and agile ingredient program.
Winner of the New York Times Award for Outstanding Journalism, Kerra Bolton is a versatile storyteller across digital and traditional platforms and film. Kerra's work has been featured on CNN, Ebony, The Times of Israel, New Worlder Magazine, Eat Your World Blog and Now Magazine in Toronto. Her first job was in the world-renowned photography department in National Geographic magazine.
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