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Changing legislation and international expansion challenge food and beverage manufacturers. Marsh creates tailor-made strategies to manage today’s risks.

Marsh provides risk management solutions for nearly 200 manufacturers, processors, and distributors of food and drinks worldwide.

The rapidly changing landscape that epitomizes the food and beverage industry presents a series of complex challenges, from your supply chain through to the regulatory environment and customer demands.

These range from increased regulation such as labelling and environmental, food safety, employee safety, changing consumer trends, product quality/recall/contamination, distribution channels and brand reputation.

Marsh is a major broker in the food and beverage sector, working on a global level with some of the most well recognized food and beverage companies internationally, as well as small to medium sized companies.

The need for successful product innovation and the importance of brand protection are key to success, and our dedicated team can support this growth, whether by the use of data and analytics to measure both risk and its mitigation and help you ensure that the right risk insights and treatments are in place for you or alternatively by building resilience in your organization and its supply chain, also managing the costs associated with liability to improve operational efficiency.

Clients have underlined how Marsh harnessed valuable food industry benchmarking data to identify key program cover improvements and “best in class” premium forecasts, alongside the negotiation of critical cover improvements that support business operations.

From workforce strategies, consulting and product contamination risk assessments, claims, and crisis consulting, Marsh will help enable your organization to gain a clearer understanding of your risk management program, achieve lower operational costs, and benefit from decreased volatility.