Reducing Labor Costs to Counteract Market Pressure
By Sean Adkins, as featured in Food Logistics
Date : June 5, 2009
Sean Adkins wrote an article in Food Logistics discussing how market forces have mandated changes and shrunk margins in the food & beverage industry, requiring distributors to find new ways to trim costs.

Confronted by the economic slowdown and rising prices, foodservice distributors find themselves caught in the middle of the food system value chain—pressured by both suppliers and buyers.

But, foodservice distributors have a significant opportunity to counteract market pressures and improve operations by focusing on one of their largest expenditures—labor.

Read the full article.

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