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Why is it Important to Have an Effective Supply Chain and Logistics Process in the Food Industry?

Jan 3, 2018

The food industry is one of the key sectors that are highly dependent on an efficient supply chain and logistics process since they deal with highly perishable items. Today, materials in the food industry are sourced from different parts of the world in most cases. Therefore, an efficient supply chain and logistics facility that ensures the timely delivery of materials is critical. Due to such factors, food manufacturing players face quite a lot of supply chain challenges. Wonder what they are?

Quality Preservation

The quality of food largely depends on the manufacturer or the producer, but the supply chain and logistics also play an unavoidable role in it. The perishable food materials need to be stored at controlled temperatures and protected from extreme conditions to avoid any deterioration in the quality of the product. The food industry, being highly sensitive in nature, must ensure at all times that they do not compromise with the quality at any point.

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Avoid Damages and Breakages

Food and dairy products have a high chance of breakage and damage during transportation due to their soft and delicate nature. Many products such as eggs or ice-creams can become extremely useless in case they have been damaged or broken in transit. Therefore, special care must be taken during packaging, loading, unloading, and transporting such food materials.

Climate Controlled Facilities

Raw materials, as well as processed food, have to be stored at controlled temperatures during and after transportation to avoid perishability. An efficient supply chain and logistics facility ensures that the food products are stored at optimum temperatures at all times to maintain their freshness and quality.

Avoid Deterioration

Several food items such as tomatoes, cucumber, and banana, etc. when stored in controlled temperatures go bad quickly. Also, in the case of processed food, they cannot be consumed after a particular expiry date. Therefore, a supply chain and logistics system that ensures that food products reach their final consumers within a stipulated period of time will help companies prevent deterioration of products and loss of money and resources.

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