Tag "ellátási lánc"

NZ: Lemons limited to one per person amid supply crisis

Supermarkets across New Zealand are facing lemon shortages with the citrus fruit not being in season locally, and the pandemic is still causing delays in imports. Countdown has put a...

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The future is uncertain, but this is what makes it exciting!

We are already in the Christmas season and something is different than in former years: consumer behaviour in stores. Shoppers would like to spend as little time inside as possible...

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British retailer Tesco makes net zero pledge

Reacting to growing consumer demand for less waste and protecting the environment, Tesco promises net zero carbon emissions by 2050 across its operations, together with those generated by the products...

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Magazin: Wholesalers: A smooth sea never made a skilled sailor

They supply consumers with products around the world. They represent the strongest link in the supply chain. They are the ones who take stand behind the stage to make consumers...

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Magazine: Sustainable, personal, and healthy – this is what we want from groceries in 2021

Does milk grow on trees now? 2020 was a year when safety became the driving force in shopping practically overnight. Such technological transformations occurred in just a couple of weeks...

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Investors See Indoor Farms As Pandemic Disrupts Food Supplies

Investors used to brush off Amin Jadavji’s pitch to buy Elevate Farms’ vertical growing technology and produce stacks of leafy greens indoors with artificial light. Now, indoor farms are positioning themselves as...

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PepsiCo plans to become a zero emission company by 2040

PepsiCo Inc seeks to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions across its supply chain by 2040. The makers of Doritos chips and Tropicana juice said: first they will cut greenhouse gas...

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SPAR Hungary Plans To Source More Food From Local Producers

SPAR Hungary has announced plans to include more products from local producers with particular focus on fresh produce such as fruit and vegetables, dairy products, poultry and meat. Cooperation between existing and...

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Lidl And Kaufland To Waive Contracts For Meat And Poultry Suppliers

Lidl and Kaufland have agreed to waive contracts for third parties involved in slaughtering, cutting and packaging of fresh meat and poultry in its own production by January 2021. The...

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Love in the Time of Cholera aka a warning from Mother Earth

The famous book by Gabriel Garcia Márquez has become topical from a different perspective recently. Perhaps the most important conclusion that can be drawn from it is there is only...

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Blockchain: A safe supply chain

According to a report by the World Economic Forum, 2020 will be the year of blockchain’s breakthrough if the governments and central banks pay enough attention to this technology. The...

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Brexit: longer wait, more paperwork await the companies

Regardless of the scenario that will eventually occur, Brexit will have a significant impact on logistics and shipping across Europe. The key issue for the FTA is whether or not...

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Magazine: Traceability system for safer food products

The National Food Tracking Platform of the Ministry of Agriculture and GS1 Magyarország has been running very successfully for 4 years. GS1 Magyarország’s business development director Krisztina Vatai told: With...

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Intermarché Portugal To Test New Technology For Supply Chain Operations

Intermarché, a unit of French retail group Les Mousquetaires, is planning to implement a new technological solution from Zetes to improve the efficiency of its supply chain operations in Portugal....

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The international frozen food industry meets up in Cologne

Frozen products make life easier and international cuisine is no longer imaginable without them. In the scope of Anuga Frozen Food, Anuga will from 5 to 9 October 2019 once...

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FrieslandCampina intends to build sustainable dairy processing facility

Dutch dairy giant FrieslandCampina plans to build a sustainable dairy-processing plant in the Netherlands. The plant will produce fresh dairy products, early-life and adult nutrition ranges, and cheese. Milk used...

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Mars Wrigley Launch Cocoa For Generations Sustainably Strategy

Cocoa for Generations is Mars Wrigley Confectionery U.S., LLC’s new sustainability program, which is backed by a $1 billion, 10-year investment with the hopes of creating a path for cocoa...

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Aldi: new discount offer strategy and distribution centre in the UK

In Germany, Aldi Nord and Sud will be offering branded products at reduced prices from their permanent ranges. Aldi used to limit these offers to temporary listed products or brands....

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Plus puts ‘animal-friendly’ smoked chicken sausage on the market

Dutch retailer Plus announced that it had introduced a new range of smoked chicken sausages that bear the ‘Beter Leven’ certification. The new product, Gijs fresh chicken smoked sausage, is...

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Magazine: Which forces will shape food supply chains in 2019?

IGD has identified 4 trends that are likely to shape the food supply chains in 2019. Some trends threaten to prevail but never do, some fly under the radar and...

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PwC CEO survey: the trust in global economic growth is shaken

According to the latest Global CEO Survey by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), trust in a global economic growth has become smaller in almost every country. 30 percent of executives think that global...

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The chamber’s opinion has reached the European Commission

The European Union has been dealing with the problem of Unfair Trade Practices (UTP) in the supply chain for years. Last year the European Commission (EC) started a consultation, and based...

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Food safety guaranteed

There were almost 400 participants at the IFS Food Safety Conference in Budapest at the Corvinus University on 5 November. Before the speakers took the floor IFS business development consultant...

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Chamber of Agriculture: the support of the farmers' markets is a priority area

Papp Gergely, technical deputy director general of the National Agricultural Chamber (NAK) told M1 news channel on Tuesday that the support of the short supply chains, farmers' markets is a...

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