Food ecosystems

Helping clients build consumer trust through sustainable sourcing, supply chain transparency, and risk mitigation programs.

Overview

More and more consumers want to know, “What’s in my food? Where is it from? How was it made?” Governments, NGOs, investors and other stakeholders are holding consumer brands responsible for the environmental and social impacts in their supply chains. At the same time, global megatrends like a growing global middle class with new consumption patterns, resource scarcity and climate change are putting significant pressure on agricultural supply chains.

Responding to new pressures in agricultural supply chains is among the most complex problems that business and society must solve, but it is also one of the greatest opportunities for food companies that get it right.

We bring strategy through execution capabilities to help food companies reduce risk, build consumer trust and create business value by:

  • Developing sustainable sourcing goals and strategies
  • Understanding and mitigating supply chain risks
  • Improving supply chain visibility and transparency
  • Building ingredient traceability capabilities

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Julie Bogas

US Advisory, Risk & Regulatory Partner, PwC US

Sara DeSmith

Assurance Leader, Sustainability Services, PwC US

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