Much of the food we eat has traveled for thousands of miles and has been handled by many dozens of skilled hands.
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The digital age has transformed nearly every aspect of how we live, work, and play.
The fresh fruits and vegetables that are piled high on supermarket shelves have made it safely from to farm and table thanks to the cold chain.
Exposure to excessive heat or cold at any step in the cold chain can damage food items, resulting in shrink, food safety issues, costly spoilage claims, and redelivery fees.
Quality standards in cold chain logistics are the guidelines for determining what makes high-quality shipping.
The cold chain industry is always looking for methods to improve efficiency, quality, and service.
Over the past century, the supply chain has evolved from relatively basic and local, to a sophisticated series of processes which spans across the entire globe.
The global cold chain logistics market research report is a comprehensive study that examines various market segmentations and their sub-segments such as location, applications, and product types, including:
- Fruits & Vegetables
- Bakery & Confectionery
- Dairy & Frozen Desserts
- Fish, Meat, & Seafood
A Look into the Global Cold Chain
The cold chain is one of the emerging markets in the logistics industry, which is expected to grow at a rapid pace during the forecast period.
For those in the cold chain and or perishable foods industry, implementing a real-time temperature monitoring system that carefully and accurately monitors perishable food items, is crucial.