How Has Food Service Adapted During Covid: What Does the Future Hold?
April 22, 2021 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm CST
Join food service industry specialist Scott McDeivitte from Gordon Food Services for a discussion of how Canada’s food system is adapting to the Covid-19 pandemic. How are restaurants responding to changes and new markets? What trends will stay around for some time and which will fade? Learn more about the restaurants of the future and impacts to public trust in the food service industry.
Customer Marketing Manager – Ontario/Atlantic for Gordon Food Service
Scott’s career spans over 35 years in the food service and hospitality industry. As a successful restaurateur operating multiple locations he gained keen insights to the necessary functions and best practices required to compete across all segments. Scott was paramount in the creation and development of Gordon Food Service’s valued added programs and currently manages the Customer Facing Marketing teams in Ontario and Atlantic Canada. With his extensive background in the food service industry and a keen understanding of hospitality and consumer trends Scott brings a “Fresh Eyes” approach to a variety of challenges that operators deal with. A customer, operator, investor and entrepreneurial mindset are combined to create dialog and help support them with practical solutions.
Farm & Food Care and Canadian Food Focus are pleased to offer a series this insightful speaker as part of our Winter Speaker’s Series.
Our Winter Speaker’s Series is in partnership with Canola Eat Well and the Canadian Agriculture Partnership.