Featured In Food Logistics: How Globalization Challenges The Food Supply Chain

While supply chain decision makers explore the various technologies that will enable improved safety practices, there are already some signs of progress.

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Sanitation is especially important when stored product pests are found inside food processing equipment where pesticides use may be restricted.
Sanitation is especially important when stored product pests are found inside food processing equipment where pesticides use may be restricted.

Globalization of the food supply chain has created safety gaps that have contributed to the increase in food recalls, according to the August Food Logistics. Food production, warehousing, transportation and supply chain technology has all evolved to close these gaps. But it has taken the supply chain time to identify all of its vulnerabilities and to get up to speed on the tools being introduced.

Swiss Reinsurance Company Ltd., a global reinsurance company based in Zurich, Switzerland, examined how the increasing number food recalls is impacting public health services, governments and companies. The report also examines how risk mitigation can protect food manufacturers operating in a highly globalized, often fragmented, supply chain.

While supply chain decision makers explore the various technologies that will enable improved safety practices, there are already some signs of progress. 

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