What does the future of food and snacking look like? Mars Wrigley Global Foresight Leader Joanna Lepore joins The Food Institute Podcast to discuss the 5- and 10-year prospects for chocolate, confectionary, and other munchables. Lepore also shares her views on how consumer preferences have changed during the pandemic, emerging omnichannel approaches, and the importance of social commerce and subscription-based e-commerce.
This Episode of the Food Institute Podcast is Sponsored by: Marcum LLP
How Mars Wrigley Imagines the Future of Food
Hosted By: Brian Choi
More About Joanna Lepore:
Joanna is a strategy, marketing and insights leader with experience across multiple industries, including personal care, dairy, food and confectionery. A seasoned marketer, Jo has led new brand creation, innovation transformation and award winning creative communications. But it’s innovative thinking that she’s most passionate about, specifically helping businesses identify opportunities for expansive, transformational growth and to move with purpose on them. Jo leads Foresight within the global team at Mars Wrigley, heading up future thinking for the North American market.
More About Our Sponsor:
Marcum LLP’s Food & Beverage Services group has the perfect recipe of knowledge and service capabilities to help companies stay flexible. Marcum’s professionals provide the accounting, tax, and consulting services so that companies can concentrate on the growth of their business. Marcum serves a variety of food and beverage clients including distributors and manufacturers, importers, restaurant chains, processors and packaging, agribusinesses, and retailers. For more information, please visit https://www.marcumllp.com/industries/food-beverage.
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