Food Sustainability

Global demand for food is projected to extend by 70 per cent over future 40 years. Beside the necessity to extend food production is that the challenge of doing it in an exceedingly manner that doesn't impact on gas emissions, water quality, diverseness or fish stocks. The focus of this priority area is on sustainable, competitive and economical agri- & marine food production and process that includes: land-use optimisation, biology and non-food crops; wild fish gather and aquaculture; and also the manufacture of safe, value-added and innovative foods. Reduction of waste in food supply chains is a crucial sustainability issue. a lot of economical utilization and management of the resources and values created in food supply chains will contribute to rising competitiveness, and environmental and social responsibility. Simulation tools are usually used for supporting deciding on supply chain re style when logistical uncertainties are in place, building on their inherent modelling flexibility. Mostly, the underlying assumption is that product quality isn't influenced by or doesn't influence chain design. Clearly, this is often not true for food supply chains, as quality modification is intrinsic to the industry. We have a tendency to propose a brand new integrated approach towards logistics, sustainability and food quality analysis, and implement the approach by introducing a brand new simulation atmosphere.
 

  • Sustainable food supply chain logistics
  • Modelling food supply chains using predictive quality decay models
  • Long-term emergency food supply
  • Inventory management of perishables
  • Food Economics

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