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Food, Beverage and Agribusiness

A Strong Link in a Complex Chain

The food industry sits at the epicenter of a complex supply chain that involves related areas including the hospitality, agribusiness and beverage industries. Food, beverage, and agribusiness companies are confronted with challenging supply chains, food safety issues and recalls, trademark needs, and extensive regulatory and compliance requirements. There are potential risks, liabilities and opportunities at every step from farm and factory to store and table. To meet these wide-ranging needs, food, beverage and agribusiness companies require a combination of industry-specific knowledge, business understanding, multi-disciplinary capabilities, strategies and pragmatism.

Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr’s Food, Beverage and Agribusiness attorneys provide the sophisticated and holistic representation that clients in these industries require. We have a deep understanding of the entire food, beverage and agribusiness continuum — from growing and manufacturing, to distributing and retailing, to serving and franchising. No matter where a company fits in the supply chain, Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr is a strong link that can be relied upon for trusted counsel and forward-looking guidance.

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Trade Groups & Associations
  • Delaware Restaurant Association
  • New Jersey Restaurant & Hospitality Association
  • American Agriculture Law Association
  • United Hospitality Association
  • Food Drug Law Institute
  • Food & Supplements Subcommittee - American Bar Association
  • Central Pennsylvania Food Bank
  • Kensington Community Food Cooperative
  • Brewers Association of Maryland
  • Garden State Craft Brewers Guild
  • Delaware Brewers Guild
  • The Brewers Association


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