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Traceability 101: Tips for Achieving Farm-to-Fork Supply Chain Transparency [WEBINAR]

Thinking of pursuing greater transparency across your restaurant's supply chain? 

Don't miss our free Webinar: Traceability 101: Tips for Achieving Farm-to-Fork Supply Chain Transparency to Increase Food Safety and Manage Quality. Amid national attention around foodborne illnesses and increasing customer demand, it’s more important than ever for restaurant operators to achieve greater transparency throughout their food supply chain. On March 1, 2016, you'll be able to learn how two restaurant operators are taking a proactive approach to implementing end-to-end traceability across their supply chain. 

In the webinar, restaurant operators will learn:
  • The basic components and benefits of end-to-end traceability 
  • Key lessons from a national pilot program
  • Elements of traceability for all types of chains, big and small
  • Tips for selling the C-suite on traceability

Meet the panelists

Lucelena Angarita
Quality/GS1 Program Manager
IPC - Subway's Purchasing Cooperative

Lucy is currently leading the adoption of GS1 US Foodservice Standards for the SUBWAY® system, which includes product data synchronization with all suppliers and distributors, item and location identification, as well as case labeling for enhanced traceability.

Sarela Herrada
Director of Supply Chain

As the director of supply chain and through strategic sourcing and traceability, Sarela is breeding a culture of transparency at Cava, focusing on sustainable growth, cost management, quality performance, and a thoughtful supply chain.

Cherryh Cansler
Group Managing Editor
Networld Media Group

Cherryh Cansler is managing editor of Food/Retail Publications at Networld Media Group.

Posted by Katy Jones on Feb 13, 2016 7:30:00 AM

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