Sourcing for Success
Many factors influence the buying decisions made in the food industry today. New trends, food innovations, consumer behavior, dietary shifts, and competition all play a major role in the success of your food business.
Keeping abreast of those trends, keeping your food business current, can be a significant challenge on its own. Adding the challenges of sourcing those food products, finding the best quality for the price and the location, transportation, and logistics … that makes the food purchasing job incredibly complex!
Global Food Sourcing Partner
With all the dynamics involved in food purchasing, having a partner to assist with sourcing, logistics, and cost will help you manage risk. A good global sourcing partner has many years of experience and a vast network of buying/selling relationships to help you fulfill your needs.
Those relationships allow them to help you navigate price fluctuations, help you to react to market changes, allowing you to stay competitive and fluid. Volatility in food prices has been significant in some of the major food commodities as of lately. The ability to take advantage of price drops and anticipate increases is important to the food industry, and a key factor in your business’ success.
A Few Sourcing Considerations:
Sourcing with Interra
Interra International, global food trader and your business partner, we are at your service. We work hard to deliver value and reduce the overall cost of supply. Most importantly, our logistics system has been saving money for our clients by reducing risk and ensuring timely delivery.
By combining our unparalleled experience, our comprehensive knowledge of multiple protein and commodity food markets, our global presence, our expert logistics system, and our finest business relationships around the world, we help our clients achieve significant cost savings and minimize risk.
Leverage our buying power. See our product portfolio or call our professional staff today +1 770-612-8101 for more information or assistance with food trade needs or concerns.