In this post on WholeFoodsMagzine.com, we report on the efforts of the Center for Plant-Based and Natural Products at the University of Oklahoma to monitor the potential impact of La Niña weather patterns on the supply chain for natural products. From our perspective, La Niña can lead to weather-related disruptions in key growing regions for botanicals and other natural products, resulting in shortages and price increases. The Center for Plant-Based and Natural Products is actively working to anticipate these disruptions and help companies prepare for them using data and analytics. Through this approach, they hope to reduce the impact of supply chain disruptions on consumers and businesses. We believe in the importance of staying ahead of supply chain disruptions and being proactive in planning for them.
Cepham Monitors Triple-Dip La Niña to Plan for Supply Chain Disruptions
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