A recent article by the New York Post details a blueprint for how businesses in the food supply industry can survive Covid-19. As a long term distributor partner, D'Artagnan has been among countless business owners who have quickly adapted to the coronavirus pandemic to keep their business thriving. Take a look at the article for yourself:
The feedback from D'Artagnan has been that the big sellers in the venison category are steaks, ground bricks and venison sausages. With our ongoing interest in the United States, it provides a good insight as to how others in the industry are weathering the Covid-19 storm.
What’s more, many of the recommendations are relevant right across the world during this unique period. These recommendations include:
Keeping brand awareness alive and well through unique and novel ideas and methods
Seeking all avenues of government assistance if possible or if required
Get Creative! Test out new ideas and see what sticks. Innovation can be a great asset during a crisis
A worthwhile read for anyone in the industry interested in a discussion about the short term and who are looking for ways to keep pushing ahead.