At the height of the pandemic, Lou Santoni, president of Santoni’s Marketplace and Catering, was getting only about two-thirds of the supplies he ordered, and he had to close the catering part of his business. “We took a hit for months and months and months,” said Santoni of his Glyndon business. Similarly, Rick Rogers CEO of B. Green Wholesale, a food service supplier based in Baltimore, said his business also was only getting two-thirds of what he ordered.
Pandemic taught Md. small businesses to diversify supply chains
May 4, 2021