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Whether it’s upgrading, renovating and replacing existing buildings, or building new from the ground up, the refrigerated and frozen food industry continues to experience an increase in demand for automation, sustainability and sanitation.
The realities of supply chain disruptions have become top of mind for executives in every industry. Sub-standard and unsafe working conditions, product shortages due to extreme weather-related events and the discovery of counterfeit or contaminated components are examples where companies have encountered risks that ultimately affect their ability to serve their customers. The food industry is no different.
The supply chain for perishable products can be complex and expensive. How does insulation play a role, and is it being overlooked as part of improving the supply chain?
As part of its commitment to operating responsible supply chains, Cargill, Minneapolis, announced a new assessment tool to help food and beverage customers achieve their growth, cost reduction and risk mitigation goals.
Beth Ford, executive vice president, chief supply chain and operations officer for Land O’Lakes, Arden Hills, Minn., talks with Refrigerated & Frozen Foods about the logistics of the supply chain industry and how food production continues to experience great growth.
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