Tuesday 21st May 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Food chain open to criminal abuse, warns report

The food supply chain is vulnerable to criminal abuse, according to today's interim report of the Elliott Review into the integrity and assurance of food supply networks

QV Foods expects ten per cent saving with Ryder

UK supplier of fresh, prepared, and bulk potatoes and vegetables, QV Foods, has renewed its contract hire deal with Ryder, hoping to generate cost savings of around ten per cent a year

Adams Foods eyes £500m turnover with joint supply chain

UK supplier of cheese, Adams Foods, has teamed up with British farmer-owned dairy co-operative, First Milk, to establish a fully integrated supply chain which it reckons will increase turnover to over £500 million.

Logistics has key role in cutting hospitality food waste

Hospitality companies, could cut food waste management costs by 30 per cent and send much less food be to landfill by better management of waste in the supply chain, according to new report by Carbon Statement for the Hospitality Carbon Reduction Forum

Online non-food sales heading for 20pc of market

Almost one in five non-food products are now bought online according to the British Retail Consortium and KPMG. "Without this online growth we would have recorded declines in sales of clothing and footwear,” said Helen Dickinson, director general, BRC

Bibendum Wine goes with Tradeteam

Bibendum Wine has awarded Tradeteam a three year contract to handle its warehousing and distribution following a year-long competitive tender process