3 Reasons Dry Mixes Are the Future of CPG Food
Brands that don't prepare for inflation and further supply-chain issues are at risk.
As supply chains broke down recently, many of us who run CPG food companies learned first-hand how problems with just a single ingredient can stop the production of an entire product. Although the pandemic feels over — just go for a walk around Austin or Las Vegas — supply-chain issues have not gone away. In fact, fears of inflation are bringing about new worries and challenges.
In our product-development strategy for Yumwoof Natural Pet Food, we have been taking inflation and future supply-chain breakdowns very seriously. The more complex a product is to make, or the more ingredients it has, the more your brand opens itself up to additional production issues that can halt its sales.
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