The 5th Annual NLS Food Quality Symposium features the ideal peer-to-peer networking environment for top-level executives in Supply Chain, Distribution, Manufacturing and many other related fields within the food industry. The Symposium will include a “Must Attend Event” featuring thought leaders from the world’s leading food manufacturers discussing the key issues affecting the current and future growth of the food manufacturing business.
LaBosky’s career spans over three decades within the food industry. LaBosky has been a leader in driving culture change and improving quality systems and manufacturing processes for multi-billion organizations such as McCormick & Co., T. Marzetti, Unilever and Ralcorp. Significant career accomplishments include the leading of sites towards the achievement of the JIPM TPM Excellence Award and Global Food Safety Initiative certifications. LaBosky graduated from Indiana University and currently serves on several trade organization and customer councils in the promotion of global food safety.
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