Eggs Cost Bakeries Too Much Dough

Bakeries across the U.S. have sought creative ways to operate amidst the challenge of soaring egg prices.

Some bakeries have dropped items that require more eggs as the raw ingredient.  Others have started selling by advance order only.  A few are thinking of sourcing eggs from lower price national vendors instead of local ones.  All are trying to keep operating without resorting to passing the price increase to customers.


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Danone Pledges To Reduce Dairy Methane

Danone, in response to the Global Methane Pledge, has committed to cut methane emissions from its fresh-milk supply chain by 30% over the next seven years.

Danone will work with 58,000 dairy farmers from 20 countries to manage dairy herds, manure and feed additives aiming to cut down on the methane emitted.


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Project Planning: AFC Championship vs Super Bowl

Some of the biggest events in the world take place with the NFL Playoffs, the crowning jewel of which is the Super Bowl.

The impact of the Super Bowl can be immense. Over 70,000 people will attend the game in person, and the television audience reaches over 200 million. As a result, planning for the Super bowl begins years in advance, and starts with site selection.

This year’s Super Bowl will be at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. In 2024, it […]

McDonald’s Exits Kazakhstan: Beef Sourcing Issues

Another McDonald’s casualty falls due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

This time it’s Kazakhstan, home to 20 million citizens and the richest market in Central Asia, that is feeling the loss.  The closure is related to a supply chain issue.  McDonald’s has forbidden its stores from importing meat patties from Russia, which had provided them since the chain opened in Kazakhstan in 2016.


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