I’m in the market for some fresh produce, and I’m feeling a bit bored.
I’ve read a few articles about global food chains, but not many about how they’re operating in a given market.
So, I decided to find out what’s going on in each of the world’s major food markets.
So far, I’ve spent quite a bit of time researching the markets themselves and looking at the various metrics that we use to measure them.
In the past, I had been focusing on the top food and beverage markets, and even though those have been growing rapidly, I thought that I would focus on smaller markets where I could see what’s happening with the industry, and see if there was anything to glean from it.
The Market of Foods in the World of the Modern Market A quick refresher: The global food market is made up of more than 1,000 food and drink companies.
They represent the vast majority of the global food supply chain, as well as the bulk of the supply chain for some of the most important products in the supermarket, coffee, wine, cheese, meat, and dairy.
I’ve been tracking the food and food services markets for more than a decade, and have been working on my new book, The Food Market of the 21st Century: How Food Companies Are Changing the World.
What I wanted to know: Are there any marketplaces that are really doing the right thing?
Are there markets that are doing it in a way that is fair, and is really transparent?
And what’s the big difference between a big, multinational company like Coca-Cola and a small, independent, locally-owned business like a farmer or a small business?
How does the system work, and does it have enough safeguards to prevent abuse?
What are the barriers that are keeping people from getting the products they need?
How can we help each other better understand what’s really going on?