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Sustainable Food Supply Chains: Planning, Design, and Control through Interdisciplinary Methodologies provides integrated and practicable solutions that aid planners and entrepreneurs in the design and optimization of food production-distribution systems and operations and drives change toward sustainable food ecosystems.
- Sustainable Food Supply Chains
- Delivering Performance in Food Supply Chains
- Samir Dani - Food Supply Chain Management and Logistics_ From Farm to Fork (2015, Kogan Page).pdf
This book offers a comprehensive analysis of logistics and supply chain management in the food industry.
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Sustainable Food Supply Chains
In this research the main logistics business processes are defined, which are the determinants for the halal sustainable supply chain performance. The research used an extensive literature review to identify halal sustainable supply chain determinants focusing on halal policy, moral responsibility, global ethics, environmental purchasing, and sustainable packaging; and sustainable supply chain activities. The findings show that halal policy, moral responsibility, global ethics, environmental purchasing, and sustainable packaging determine the sustainable halal supply chain activities. Alserhan, B. Islamic branding: A conceptualization of related terms. Aday, M.
Delivering performance in food supply chains: An introduction. Part 1 Managing relationships in the food supply chain: Performance measurement in the management of food supply chain relationships; Living with power imbalance in the food supply chain; Supplier safety assessment in the food supply chain and the role of standards; Understanding innovation in food supply chains. Part 2 Aligning supply and demand in food supply chains: Sales and operations planning for the food supply chain: Case study; Food supply chain planning, auditing and performance analysis; Aligning marketing and sourcing strategies for competitive advantage in the food industry. Part 3 Managing processes efficiently and effectively in the food supply chain: Value chain analysis of the UK food sector; Improving responsiveness in food supply chains; Reducing product losses across the food supply chain; Methods for assessing time and cost in a food supply chain; Improving food distribution performance through integration and collaboration in the supply chain. Part 4 Maintaining quality and safety in food supply chains: Enhancing consumer confidence in food supply chains; Quality and safety standards in food supply chains; Developments in quality management systems for food production chains. Part 5 Using technology effectively in food supply chains: Role of diagnostic packaging in food supply chain management; Advances in the cold chain to improve food safety, food quality and the food supply chain; Simulation modelling for food supply chain redesign; The adoption of e-business solutions in food supply chains; Radio frequency identification RFID as a catalyst for improvements in food supply chain operations.
Supply Chain Risk pp Cite as. Prior to September 11th, the private sector was well aware of the threat of terrorism. However, the terrorist threats they perceived were different than those perceived today. In the early s, firms were mostly concerned about overseas employee kidnapping Harvey Ports were more concerned with theft and smuggling Thibault et al.
Delivering Performance in Food Supply Chains
The food supply chain continues to grow rapidly, with consumers now expecting exotic foods, fresh on their plates, year round. This has extended the supply chain geographically and across many more parties, making the supply chain longer and more complicated than ever. Producers, manufacturers, distributors, logistics providers and other parties are under pressure to get their products to the market quickly, safely, and in the best possible condition. A typical food supply chain is made up of six stages :. If any one of these stages is compromised, a variety of issues will arise and the whole supply chain will be in jeopardy. Below are five specific food supply chain problems that we often come across and tips on how to solve them. Traceability, or the ability to track the food product through all stages of the supply chain , is now more of a demand rather than a request among many consumers today.
study is on the inter-organizational chain logistics necessary to improve food quality and sustainability. The comparisons of selected studies with.
Samir Dani - Food Supply Chain Management and Logistics_ From Farm to Fork (2015, Kogan Page).pdf
The purpose of this paper is to review the food supply chain management FSCM in terms of systems and implementations so that observations and lessons from this research could be useful for academia and industrial practitioners in the future. A systematical and hierarchical framework is proposed in this paper to review the literature. Categorizations and classifications are identified to organize this paper. This paper reviews total articles related to the data-driven systems for FSCM. Currently, there is a dramatic increase of research papers related to this topic.