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You need to ensure a robust supply chain, but it's also essential to identify and manage issues unique to the platform.
The continuing supply chain issues are impacting stores across the country with supermarkets and stores making adjustments with what's available.
Inflation, shipping delays, supply-chain issues, pandemic lockdowns, and labor shortages have contributed to price increases and scarcities that have now started affecting food banks across the country.
Some executives are issuing warnings that there might be food shortages nationwide due to supply chain bottlenecks.
Shipping containers are now reportedly being abandoned in California neighborhoods.
With supply chains slashed and increased droughts, the public needs to take an interest in how they get their food.
The Commerce Department said in an Oct. 5 statement that the trade deficit rose by 4.2 percent in August, hitting an all-time high of $73.3 billion.
Your supply chain will run more efficiently if you take the time to educate your team and select the correct suppliers.
Today's smarter business systems generally mean smarter, and more profitable, companies.