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March 30, 2022

Russia war ends era of globalization that kept inflation low

For decades, the free flow of trade across much of the world allowed the richest nations to enjoy easy access to low-priced goods and supplies. It meant solid economies and stable markets. And for households and businesses, especially in the United States and Europe, it meant an entire generation of ultra-low inflation.

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March 24, 2022

#LifeWithHonor: Women In Logistics

When it comes to professionalism and performance - women in logistics and redistribution rely on their natural ability to multitask and are excellent leaders and mentors. Learn more.

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January 7, 2022

#LifeWithHonor: Crystal Boyland

Redistribution is done right at Honor Foods in Philadelphia, a Burris Logistics Company, primarily due to our Team. When you choose Honor Foods, you choose our people too. So, we are choosing to highlight them a series of short blogs showcasing their #LifeWithHonor.  We are pleased to introduce you to Crystal Boyland, Accounts Payable Specialist. […]

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November 1, 2021

Dave’s Weekly Market Update

Good afternoon, Eggs: Egg demand has been sluggish and not what was expected, Brown eggs are correcting after being high for a long period of time. They are still higher than the white egg market which did not move. Butter: Butter rose again this week and was held with confidence. There were not many offers […]

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October 14, 2021

Dave’s Weekly Market Update

Happy Thursday. II is a beautiful day in the North East! Eggs: As holiday demand has not yet hit the retail sector, there are still a lot of eggs available. Farmers are reluctant to shrink their flocks since demand should pick up shortly. For further processed eggs, the market is up. Commercial baking is in full […]

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October 7, 2021

Dave’s Weekly Market Update

Good afternoon, Eggs: Markets are adjusting downwards as inventories build. I do not believe we will see much more in the way of decreases but we can never be sure. Butter: The butter market has also shown signs of weakness this week. The world market is in a position not experienced in a long time, […]

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September 30, 2021

Dave’s Weekly Market Update

Good afternoon to all! Eggs: The egg market has remained stable, but inventories are building, and the next move will probably be downward. The opposite applies to processed egg products. Due to seasonal demand, breaking stock (which are used by the processors) are up and prices are rising on liquid and frozen egg items. Butter: This week, […]

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September 16, 2021

Dave’s Weekly Market Update

Good afternoon to all Product availability. What can I say? In my 40+ years of doing this, I’ve never seen anything like this in the supply chain.  Multiple problems are at play. To start, manufacturers cannot get enough help to run their operations, whether they are processing raw materials or producing finished products. We are also experiencing […]

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September 10, 2021

Industry News: Container Shipping: Record Delays, Record Profits

From MarineLink.com Friday, September 10, 2021   As ports and hinterland transport struggle to keep up, delays at ports are soaking up capacity leading to frustration on the shippers’ side and leaving carriers struggling to keep up all the while making record profits, shipping organization BIMCO reports. Drivers of demand and freight rates The container […]

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August 19, 2021

Dave’s Weekly Market Update

Good afternoon, Eggs: The egg market is on fire with no sign of relief. We will see more of the same next week. This increase is being driven by strong exports and back-to-school advertising. Butter: Butter rose Monday and dropped back slightly yesterday and today. As of now, I anticipate we will stay in this […]

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