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Menus of Change Annual Report: An intiative of the Harvard School of Public Health and the Culinary Institute of America

Abstract

FOOD SUPPLY CHAIN TRANSPARENCY AND RESILIENCY The world's food supply chain is efficient and complex, posing many risks. As a result, food buyers, including chefs, procurement teams, and consumers, cannot easily identify where their food comes from and are not always sure what they are getting. Producers also suffer because they cannot guarantee a predictable and reliable stream of products. The system has successfully kept food cheap, but signs of strain are beginning to show.

Type

Book

Author(s)

Russell Walker

Date Published

2013

Citations

Walker, Russell. 2013. Menus of Change Annual Report: An intiative of the Harvard School of Public Health and the Culinary Institute of America.

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