Owning and operating a food distribution company can be a rewarding endeavor. These businesses play a major role in the overall food distribution process, serving as the link that connects a wide range of customers (e.g., hotels, restaurants, cafes, corporate cafeterias, hospitals, schools and universities) with high-quality food products. However, operating a food distribution business also carries significant risks. After all, food distributors have to manage various property, product and liability exposures. That’s why it’s vital to have effective loss control measures in place. This resource outlines common risks food distributors must address and offers helpful strategies to avoid possible claims.