7 Things That Matter Most To Fresh Supply Chain Leaders

October 24, 2016

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Fruit and vegetables, fish, bread, packaged salads, fresh meals; so many consumer products rely on supply chains that can bring perishable goods to retailers’ shelves quickly, and in the best possible condition.This article provides an inside look at today’s fresh supply chains around the world, and at how smart producers and retailers meet cool-chain challenges, especially as those chains increasingly span global distances and competitive markets expand. For any fresh-food retail or supply business professional, the following seven insights into fresh supply chains around the world offer some ideas and innovations to consider, the adoption of which can open doors to meaningful cool-chain performance improvement.

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