LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Global procurement intelligence and advisory firm SpendEdge has announced the completion of their latest assessment which provides supply market intelligence solutions for the food and beverage industry. The primary objective of this analysis was to help the client, a leading food and beverage company, streamline their sourcing and procurement processes to decrease overall category spend and secure future commercial success.
SpendEdge’s team of category management experts followed a blended research methodology consisting or primary and secondary research, to seek out the vast database of secondary resources to analyze the supply market landscape. The assessment also consisted of detailed discussions with the category experts, procurement managers, and consultants to understand the latest market trends, supply market overview, category cost drivers, and value chain analysis.
Key Insights Provided in this Study
- Supply market insights across the Americas, EMEA, and APAC regions
- Cost reduction and price negotiation strategies
- Identification of top suppliers of sugar in the target regions and analysis of their contractual terms
- Performance evaluation criteria to help with better supplier relationship management
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