Bord Bia Publishes White Paper on the Irish Foodservice market
Bord Bia has published a White Paper identifying possible scenarios for the remainder of 2020 as the industry moves to a phased re-opening in a changed operating environment.
The White Paper has been developed to equip the industry and Irish food and drink suppliers with data and insights as they plan for the second half of 2020, outlines best and worst case scenarios, key trends and recommendations and supports available for businesses across the sector.
Read the full white paper.
A seminar on takes place on Thursday May 28th at 2pm. Register to attend the free seminar.
The purpose of this webinar is to present findings from a White Paper on the Irish Foodservice Market, currently being compiled by Bord Bia and Technomic market researchers. While acknowledging the clear and ongoing damage that Covid-19 is having on foodservice, it is important to begin thinking about how the industry will ultimately open up. The objective of this White Paper is to evaluate potential changes in the short, medium and longer term and to help foodservice operators, distributors and suppliers to begin developing strategies based on scenario building.
The webinar will be co-presented by Maureen Gahan, Bord Bia Foodservice Specialist and David Henkes, Senior Principal, Technomic.
This is an open event, suitable for foodservice operators, distributors and suppliers servicing the domestic market.
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