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A Festival that Unites a Nation, Happy Diwali

Published On October 22, 2014, by .
Category: Cold Chain.

Protecting Our Food Supplies – ColdChainQuickie #17

Published On October 14, 2014, by .

In an effort to ensure global food security, 10,000 new varieties of crops from around the world are being added to the ‘doomsday’ seed vault in the Arctic. The Svalbard Global Seed Vault, on an island off Norway’s northern coast, already stores 825,000 samples of seeds, which represent 13,000 years…

Energising the Cold Chain – From Vaccines to Cheese Cakes

Published On October 1, 2014, by .

This is an excerpt of an original post by Wharton, University of Pennsylvania More than two million people die each year from diseases that could otherwise be prevented through the use of vaccines targeted at those ailments. The challenge is not so much a shortage in the supply of those…

SUBWAY’s $5 Foot-Long, A Success of the Farm-to-Fork Supply Chain

Published On September 24, 2014, by .

How do large restaurant chains manage to efficiently procure large volumes of meat, poultry, vegetables and breads and seamlessly supply them to their restaurants across even larger geographic regions? In a case study of Subway, one of the world’s largest sandwich restaurant chains, the restaurant has used traditional supply chain…

Cold Chain Could Save the Food Supply Chain

Published On September 18, 2014, by .

Excerpt of an original post on The Daily Star When Brazil, the Philippines and the Caribbean countries have been supplying banana, a highly perishable fruit, to the other corners of the world, Bangladesh cannot do so even within its small boundaries without using toxic preservatives. Also, countries like the US,…

Category: Cold Chain, Food Waste.