CONFERENCE: Food Supply Chain Disruptions during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Lessons Learned and Future Implications

We are always learning here at the Pick TN Conference and thought our members would like to benefit from a free virtual conference this Thursday, March 18th from 10am-2pm CST from the Food and Agriculture Collaboratory for Transforming Supply (FACTS).
Here is the info:
From farm to table, global food supply systems have seen unprecedented disruptions due to COVID-19 and has left us with important questions. How did COVID-19 impact labor, processing, logistics, and consumer behavior during COVID-19? What lessons did we learn? What are the pressing areas of research required to aid the food supply chain?

To answer these questions, the Food and Agriculture Collaboratory for Transforming Supply (FACTS) group at Mississippi State University invites you to attend our cutting-edge interactive WebEx conference Thursday, March 18, 2021 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. (CST). We are hosting a panel of five global food system experts representing the Produce, Meat, Dairy, and Food Retail industries, as well as the USDA.

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Who Should Attend: Stakeholders in the food supply chain. Academicians in the areas of Industrial Engineering, Computer Science, Food Science, Livestock & Dairy, Poultry, Commodity Crop and Produce, Agricultural Economics, Economics, and Business. Government officials assisting the food industry through these difficult times.

Free Registration: Deadline midnight March 17, 2021

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