Is Something Rotten in Your Food Supply Chain? | Webinar
Event Date: November 7, 2017
The average company cost of a food recall is $10+ million in direct costs, business interruption, brand damage, and lost sales. Can your business afford this type of loss? Most likely not; therefore, anyone operating in the food and beverage industry should be concerned about compliance and accountability across their food supply chain.
Join Cottingham & Butler and Dr. David Acheson of The Acheson Group (TAG) to learn why traceability is crucial to preventive food safety and how companies like yours are seeking new solutions to manage risk in their food supply chain.
Think about your business:
- Do you know everyone in your supply chain?
- Do you understand all of the potential supply chain risks facing your business?
- Have you mapped all of your potential recall risks?
- If a recall happens, would your insurance cover it?
For insight into those questions and more, join us for this free, educational webinar.
Date: Tuesday, November 7, 2017
Time: 11 AM – 12 PM CST
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About Dr. David Acheson
Dr. David Acheson is the Founder and CEO of The Acheson Group and brings more than 30 years of medical and food safety research and experience to the firm. A graduate of the University of London Medical School, David practiced internal medicine and infectious diseases before becoming a professor at Tufts University in Boston. Prior to creating TAG, David served in several roles at the USDA and FDA and was fundamental to the creation of the Food Protection Plan of 2007. David serves on a variety of boards and food safety advisory groups of several major food manufacturers.
About Cottingham & Butler
Cottingham & Butler is a leading provider of insurance and risk management solutions and is committed to providing the pinnacle of service and expertise to the food & agriculture industries.
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