When COVID-19 first hit, while the world turned to the health crisis, ensuring the food supply remained available and in-stock became a critical component to public safety. This was easier said than done. With hoarding at grocery stores and restaurants shuttered, it sent a shockwave through the food production supply chain. Farmers, producers, distributors, grocery stores and restaurants also had to respond to the real-world impact and fear caused by the pandemic, both to employees and partners.
But with adaptation came innovation that will lead the food industry through the next unexpected event. Walk through the supply chain process to see how innovation took hold.