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Social enterprise is often strengthened by cross-sector collaboration. In this university podcast, panelists talk about how two organizations have turned the “buy local” motto into an evolving partnership that is making NGO and corporate cooperation in the supply chain arena work for both parties. Executive Director Diane Del Signore shares how Community Alliance with Family Farmers advocates for California farmers, helps them to become more organic, and finds markets for their food. VP Maisie Greenwalt explains how Bon Appétit Management Company buys that produce for use in its catering operations serving institutional settings. The panel was part of the fourth annual Socially and Environmentally Responsible Supply Chain Conference hosted by the Global Supply Chain Management Forum and the Center for Social Innovation at the Stanford Graduate School of Business.

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