April 27, 2022
War and Price | Top Ten Topics Q1 2022
In the first quarter of 2022, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine added fresh disruptions to long-term supply chain problems. Between drought concerns and port blockades, global grain markets are set for an expensive year. Meanwhile, ongoing stewardship and sourcing goals continue to steer conversations. Highlights from the leading voices in food and agriculture production include:
- Water drove discussions of stewardship practices, particularly around World Water Day.
- Drought led concerns about weather ahead of planting season
- Fallout from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine upset international trade and drove up food prices.
Supply Chain Stability, But at What Cost? | Top Ten Topics 2022
Quarterly Report | January 24, 2023
The pandemic may have eased, but 2022 saw no shortage of disruptions. Supply chains have adapted, innovated and recovered, but ...
Withering Weather | Top Ten Topics Q3 2022
Quarterly Report | October 27, 2022
Third-quarter conversations turned toward interactions between nature and agricultural production as harvest approached. At the same time, food price inflation ...
Overlapping Crises | Top Ten Topics Q2 2022
Quarterly Report | August 3, 2022
In the second quarter, intertwined topics rose to the top of conversations among the leading voices in food, beverage and ...
Gearing Up for Global Challenges | Top Ten Topics – 2021 in Review
Quarterly Report | January 25, 2022
In a year when administrations changed in the United States, the food industry faced global problems. The causes and effects ...
Weathering Supply Changes | Top Ten Topics Q3 2021
Quarterly Report | October 26, 2021
This quarter, leading figures in the food production system discussed the most difficult challenges facing the industry — from weather ...