Food and drink supply chains
The catering and food retail industries each provide important routes for the purchase and consumption of food and drink by the consumer, either through a hospitality operation, or in the home. The boundaries between the catering and food retail supply chain have become increasingly indistinct, as the shopping and eating patterns of consumers change.
A sample of Items held in the Food and drink supply chains category
- Measuring the competitiveness of China’s export trade in vegetables: a strategic management approach
- Development of sustainability indicator scoring (SIS) for the food supply chain
- Attitudes to in-home consumption of poultry meat in the UK
- 1805: Grocery Code Adjudicator, AgriChatUK, 18.07.13
- Living with power imbalance in UK agri-food supply networks
- Diesel from chip fat: is it worth making biodiesel from waste vegetable oil?
- 1875: AgriChatUK - "On-demand food and drink" discussion 31/10/13
- 1482: Food security and climate change
- The consumer’s perception of agriculture and how we can influence it
- 1279: Local food webs
There are currently no subcategories in the Food and drink supply chains section.
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