John L. Ward Clinical Professor in the Kellogg Innovation & Entrepreneurship Initiative; Executive Director of the Center for Family Enterprises
The pandemic’s effect on the food industry has been complicated.
While many restaurants have struggled to stay afloat, the grocery sector has seen enormous leaps in demand, while also grappling with unpredictable shifts in consumer needs. So what have the past several months been like for the companies that supply businesses with food products?
On this special episode of The Insightful Leader, Jennifer Pendergast, the director of Kellogg’s John Ward Center for Family Enterprises, sits down with two executives from food flavoring producer Griffith Foods: CEO TC Chatterjee and chairman Brian Griffith.
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