Food Logistics is the only publication exclusively dedicated to covering the movement of product through the food supply chain. In every issue, we write about the news, trends and best practices that will help grocery and foodservice manufacturers and distributors make better business decisions. Our readers are true decision-makers. With more than 24,000 subscribers, Food Logistics reaches corporate level executives at food warehouse and distribution centers, as well as on-site vice presidents, directors and managers. These executives make the critical buying decisions for the products, services and technologies that transport, store and track product throughout the food supply chain.With Food Logistics, grocery and foodservice manufacturers and distributors can count on focused editorial content, specific to their needs. Our seasoned editorial staff keeps readers up-to-date on the latest trends in: warehousing and material handling; transportation; information technology; and third-party and refrigerated logistics
News from across the food supply chain.
Box Boom for the Port of New Orleans
Containerized traffic at the Port of New Orleans hit a record 470,347 TEUs in fiscal 2012 and box business is expected to set another record in 2013. Improved infrastructure, container handling capabilities and...
Food safety is the frozen food industry’s highest priority. Throughout every facet of our industry, companies are now working to navigate the new food safety landscape forged by the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA).
From food producers to...
Current models are unsustainable, but new innovations offer promise.
While the food supply chain is safer today, there are still areas to address.
In terms of sheer size, the European Union is the largest import market for agricultural commodities and food in the world, and over the past 12 years, agricultural imports by the 27-nation bloc have risen by roughly 145 percent, from $53.3 billion to...
Rate Hikes and Reefer Madness
The cost for not staying ahead of trends in dock equipment can be substantial. From a financial standpoint companies can lose up to $2,000 dollars a day from improper dock positioning and the resulting gaps. Workers themselves often suffer from neck and...
Perishables a Growing Business for Carriers and Airports
Feeding the World One Supply Chain at a Time
Sustainability From the Ground Up