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  1. Unifine Richardson Fall 2012

  2. Break out 1 • Roles • Raw Honey Production Industry • Joanna Killian (Harrington Honey) • Rob Pincombe (Purchasing at Unifine) • Purchaser at the Canadian Fried Chicken (CFC) Franchise (member of food industry) • What is your role and objective in the supply chain? • What do you influence? • What decision (s) do you have to make related to honey & supply chain quality? • What are your alternatives?

  3. Supply side Demand side What determines the price of honey?

  4. What’s the Buzz about Disappearing Bee? • 40% of the 2 Million Bee Colonies collapsed over 3 years • 11% or 15 B $ of US Agricultural crops depend on Bees • Food Shortages for those products • Prices continue to go up.

  5. Competitive Analysis • How important is honey to Unifine? • Who is its major customer and what do they look for in their purchase? • Order winner attributes for this product (Why do customers chose this product over competitors?)

  6. Purchasing Sourcing Alternatives

  7. What should the supplier have done differently? • Knowledge of problem? • Proactive versus reactive?

  8. Quality Practices in the Supply Chain Sources Unifine Buyers What are the costs of external quality failures to Unifine?

  9. Breakout 2Taking the role of Rob Pincombe • Recommended action and why? • Length of purchasing contract? • Knowing what you know now, what additional clauses need to be in your supplier contract?

  10. Pros and Cons of Honey Selection

  11. Key Supply Chain Issues • International Food Purchasing Issues • Global Supply Chain • Purchasing Commodities • Supplier relations • Intermediaries • Government Regulations • Role of 6 Ts in Quality • Trust • Testability • Traceability • Transparency • Training • Time