July 28, 2020
Top Ten Topics: Second-Quarter 2020
We are proud to share our latest Top Ten Topics report.
COVID-19 continued to upend discussions among leading voices in food production through the second quarter. Food insecurity, worker safety and supply chain disruptions overtook previous industry hot topics, such as climate change and plant-based protein.
In addition to the pandemic, Black Lives Matter protests forced food companies to reflect on systemic racism.
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