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
- 1513: Economics of benefits for the environment - freshwater
- 1673: Getting closer to the consumer
- Building stakeholder value in socially responsible food supply: A case study of the retailer co-operative approach in the UK.
- Has the recession affected the food-purchasing habits of consumers?
- 277: Fairer trading for UK farmers
- 1854: Traceability, transparency and trust
- Evolution of category management in UK supermarket fresh produce networks: a return to direct supply channels?
- 1961: How dairy co-ops grow and work together
- 837: The food chain
- 967: Food safety
There are currently no subcategories in the Food and drink supply chains section.
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