Food & Beverages Market

The largest manufacturing sector in terms of turnover, value added and employment. The food and drink industry maintains the characteristics of a stable, non-cyclical and robust sector against the backdrop of the present economic downturn. The food and drink industry features in the top three manufacturing activities in terms of turnover in several Member States and ranks first in France, Spain, the UK, Denmark and Portugal. The session includes Food & Beverages trade: costs and benefits, Food supply transportation and storage, and monitoring the food cold chain, Food prices inflation and food scarcity, The political economy of food global food supply, Supply chains: just-in-time distribution, transportation and warehousing, Resilient Food Markets, Knowledge transfer on traditional foods to SMEs.

The world food production has increased substantially in the past century, as has calorie intake per capita. Food supply is not only a function of production, but also of energy efficiency. Food energy efficiency is our ability to minimize the loss of energy in food from harvest potential through processing to actual consumption and recycling. By optimizing this chain, food supply can increase with much less damage to the environment

  • Food & Beverages trade: costs and benefits
  • Food supply transportation and storage, and monitoring the food cold chain
  • Food prices inflation and food scarcity
  • The political economy of food
  • Global food supply
  • Supply chains: just-in-time distribution, transportation and warehousing
  • Resilient Food Markets
  • Knowledge transfer on traditional foods to SMEs

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