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March 2019 ISSUE NO. 204 COLUMNS FOR STARTERS

W  ho’s Going to Hold Down the Farm

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The image of the American farmer as we’ve known it is coming to an end.

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COOL INSIGHTS

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IoT is Creating a More Proactive Food Supply Chain milindri / iStock / Getty Images Plus

The data extracted and analyzed from IoT provides those in the food and beverage industry with real-time variables to operate the most efficiently and cost effectively.

FEATURES THIRD-PARTY & REFRIGERATED LOGISTICS

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 rack and Trace in the T Food Supply Chain

Visibility is getting better, faster and cheaper. SPECIAL REPORT

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 ock Stars of the Supply R Chain: Food Logistics Names 2019 Champions

Meet Food Logistics’ first Champion of the Year Diane Wetherington of iFoodDecisionSciences, along with the rest of the year’s industry rock stars.

SECTOR REPORTS

T  he Rise of HighTech Cold Storage

The more time a product spends in transit, the greater the risk of it being damaged— especially if the product is perishable or sensitive to external conditions.

FOOD (AND MORE) FOR THOUGHT

TRANSPORTATION

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P  ressure to Innovate for Last Mile

Evolving consumer demands and new grocery delivery models require investments in last-mile innovations. SOFTWARE & TECHNOLOGY

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O  perational AI Helps Foodservice Companies Optimize Their Supply Chains

OCEAN PORTS & CARRIERS

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Increased demand for healthy and convenient options has initiated a need for highly-complex cold storage facilities.

V  isibility is Key to Mitigating Cold Chain Risks

Machine learning can be used to sense, plan and act on the micro-events that determine supply and demand across the entire food supply chain.

WAREHOUSING

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P  ort Houston Sees Opportunity in Perishable Food Cargoes

Infrastructure investments are key, including cold storage.

R  ecall Preparedness is as Necessary as Ever

Eight years after FSMA, recalls are still prevalent.

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Supply Scan Food on the Move Ad Index

WEB EXCLUSIVES • AI Makes Forecasting Easy foodlogistics.com/21044968

• Sustainability Trends to Watch in 2019 foodlogistics.com/21044940

• The Importance of Prevention in Safe Quality Food Programs foodlogistics.com/21044937

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Food Logistics is the only publication exclusively dedicated to covering the movement of product through the global food and beverage supply...

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Food Logistics is the only publication exclusively dedicated to covering the movement of product through the global food and beverage supply...