Sustainable Food Supply Chains: Making Sure Everybody Eats
A recipe for an efficient, responsive and sustainable food supply chain
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In this paper, we'll discuss the scope of the food waste problem, where it's happening, and how you—as a supply chain professional—can help solve the problem; while at the same time maximizing your operations to take advantage of current food industry trends like:
- The growing drive for food safety
- Hyper-local sourcing
- The desire for convenience
- E-commerce & inventory control
- Last-mile delivery
- Sustainability concerns
- Demographic shifts
If we tell you that $1.2 trillion dollars—roughly 1.6 billion tons—in waste is largely avoidable, would you be interested to learn how? We thought you would.
to learn more about the current state of global food waste and how the supply chain can help get it right.
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