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Key Considerations for Reverse Logistics of Agricultural Products

Where do you get your food from, and where does the Food waste go? I am sure most of us will have the same answer as me: from the Grocery Store to the Dustbin. The point is, we expect food to be readily available. We expect our society to produce food through ethical agricultural practices, and we expect there to always be enough to sustain our growing population. The fact is, we have no clue on the food losses during harvesting, collection, thrashing, grading, sorting, winnowing, cleaning, drying, packaging, transportation, storage and its detrimental impact on the economy, environment, climate change and ultimately on Biodiversity.

The growing concern about food waste in landfills; makes a compelling reason for Agro-food industries, Distributors, Retailers and Consumers to begin developing plans for Reverse Logistics, which may seem implausible since re-processing of food for human consumption isn’t usually an option.


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Sunny Chaudhary, DPSM
Sunny Chaudhary has substantive years of experiences in the multi-functional field and in varied industries encompassing Specialized Chemicals, Petrochemicals, Oleo chemicals, and Agro-commodity products. He holds the Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering and is a member of the Singapore Institute of Purchasing and Materials Management (SIPMM). Sunny completed the Diploma in Procurement and Supply Management (DPSM) on September 2019 at SIPMM Institute.
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