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The food production industry is a vital cog in our local workforce. If it slows or is disrupted, the impacts are not only felt on the region or country as a whole, but also in the food industry workforce.

With so much focus on the right types of food to eat, the right quantity of food to eat, food production has never been a more important part of our lives than it seems to be right now.

Impacts to Food Production in Philadelphia

Many things can impact the food production industry; both natural disasters as well as manmade shortages. Examples such as:

  • Weather: Mother Nature has a bad sense of humor when it comes to disrupting America’s supply and demand chain. Sudden shifts in weather, like hurricanes or snow, can disrupt production lines and even farming.
  • Natural Disasters: Not only is it devastating to see the impacts of natural disasters on mankind, but natural disasters can create food shortages that can be felt for weeks or months at a time.
  • Health Crisis: As we have seen in 2020 with the Covid-19 pandemic, a health crisis can create serious disruption to the food industry.
  • Strikes: It’s not just mother nature. We have sometimes been our own worst enemy.

Career in the Food Industry

Do you have a career in the food industry? Are you in food production or food preparation? Whether you are an employer or an individual, Kane Partners is here for you. Our goal is always to match a qualified candidate with an employer who meets their career goals. Contact us today to find your next job or candidate.

18 06, 2020

COVID Impact on the Food Industry

By |2020-09-10T05:58:10-04:00June 18th, 2020|Food Production|

Businesses of all sizes have felt a backlash to some extent due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Through the guidance of government agencies such as the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) and WHO (World Health Organization), business owners have been tactfully trying to keep their respective ships afloat. For some, this meant working remotely, [...]

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