An Exploratory Study of Critical Issues and Variables Affecting the Food Supply Chain Risk Iceberg

  • Papri Ray PhD Scholar, Garden City University Bangalore, Karnataka, India Assistant Professor, Department of Lean Operations & System CHRIST (Deemed to be) University
  • Dr. R Duraipandian Professor, School of Commerce & Management, Garden City University, Bangalore, Karnataka
  • Ponnuru Ravi Chandra Scholar, Department of Lean Operations & System CHRIST (Deemed to be) University
  • Sravani Nandi Scholar, Department of Lean Operations & System CHRIST (Deemed to be) University
Keywords: Food Supply Chain, Critical Issues, Risks, Food and Vegetable Supply Chain

Abstract

The food supply chain ecosystem is critical, and a budding sector; this area has several challenges that shall be addressed and requires meticulous attention to detail and environment that are to be considered apart from the general issues that one entity experiences in a broad supply chain environment. It makes the Food Supply Chain Management a complex and precision-driven area towards quality and environmental factors to be dealt with recurrently. The critical aspects of the food supply chain are the cold chain, infrastructure, technology, knowledge, and post-harvest issues. These issues are analysed using statistical methods and interpretation to better understand food supply chain management.

Published
2022-02-25
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