Welcome to Open Science
Contact Us
Home Books Journals Submission Open Science Join Us News Unsubscribe Page
Food Supply Chains Managements: Traceability Issues-Review
Current Issue
Volume 7, 2019
Issue 1 (March)
Pages: 21-31   |   Vol. 7, No. 1, March 2019   |   Follow on         
Paper in PDF Downloads: 27   Since Mar. 20, 2019 Views: 115   Since Mar. 20, 2019
Authors
[1]
Chantal Nyinawumuntu, School of Economics and Management, Beijing Jiaotong University, Beijing, P. R. China.
[2]
Gloria Iradukunda Asifiwe, Faculty of Economic Sciences and Management, University of Lay Adventists of Kigali, Kigali, Rwanda.
[3]
Dancilla Nyiramasuhuko, Department of Procurement and Logistics Management, Kigali Institute of Management (KIM), Kigali, Rwanda.
Abstract
Recently, food traceability has been recognized as an essential tool for guaranteeing food quality and food safety. In addition, to design traceability system requires a thorough rethinking and reorganization of whole system. This review paper summarizes literatures on the aspect of supply chain management that are influenced by traceability, and is herein considered fully integrated in the chain management without separated. The purpose of the present paper is to analyses how traceability concepts, requirements and technologies influence modern supply chain management with principles optimization. This analysis is based on deep study of the state of the art with supporting of precise pointers to the literature. The authors’ opinion and future prospective were highlighted in this review article.
Keywords
Traceability, Supply Chain Management, International Standards, Food Supply Chain
Reference
[1]
Karlsen, K. M., et al., Literature review: Does a common theoretical framework to implement food traceability exist? Food Control, 2013. 32 (2): p. 409-417.
[2]
Olsen, P. and M. Borit, How to define traceability. Trends in Food Science & Technology, 2013. 29 (2): p. 142-150.
[3]
Bosona, T. and G. Gebresenbet, Food traceability as an integral part of logistics management in food and agricultural supply chain. Food Control, 2013. 33 (1): p. 32-48.
[4]
Chen, K., X.-x. Wang, and H.-y. Song, Food safety regulatory systems in Europe and China: A study of how co-regulation can improve regulatory effectiveness. Journal of Integrative Agriculture, 2015. 14 (11): p. 2203-2217.
[5]
Govindan, K., et al., Big data analytics and application for logistics and supply chain management. Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review, 2018. 114: p. 343-349.
[6]
Dabbene, F., P. Gay, and C. Tortia, Traceability issues in food supply chain management: A review. Biosystems Engineering, 2014. 120: p. 65-80.
[7]
Lavelli, V., High-warranty traceability system in the poultry meat supply chain: A medium-sized enterprise case study. Food Control, 2013. 33 (1): p. 148-156.
[8]
Hu, J., et al., Modeling and implementation of the vegetable supply chain traceability system. Food Control, 2013. 30 (1): p. 341-353.
[9]
Liang, K., et al., Ruggedness of 2D code printed on grain tracers for implementing a prospective grain traceability system to the bulk grain delivery system. Food Control, 2013. 33 (2): p. 359-365.
[10]
Badia-Melis, R., P. Mishra, and L. Ruiz-García, Food traceability: New trends and recent advances. A review. Food Control, 2015. 57: p. 393-401.
[11]
Bloemhof, J. M., et al., Sustainability assessment of food chain logistics. International Journal of Logistics Research and Applications, 2015. 18 (2): p. 101-117.
[12]
Bosona, T. and G. Gebresenbet, Erratum to “Food traceability as an integral part of logistics management in food and agricultural supply chain” [Food Control 33 (2013) 32–48]. Food Control, 2013. 34 (2): p. 777.
[13]
Manzini, R. and R. Accorsi, The new conceptual framework for food supply chain assessment. Journal of Food Engineering, 2013. 115 (2): p. 251-263.
[14]
Gani, A., The Logistics Performance Effect in International Trade. The Asian Journal of Shipping and Logistics, 2017. 33 (4): p. 279-288.
[15]
Dabbene, F. and P. Gay, Food traceability systems: Performance evaluation and optimization. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture, 2011. 75 (1): p. 139-146.
[16]
Dani, S. and A. Deep, Fragile food supply chains: reacting to risks. International Journal of Logistics Research and Applications, 2010. 13 (5): p. 395-410.
[17]
Ho, W., et al., Supply chain risk management: a literature review. International Journal of Production Research, 2015. 53 (16): p. 5031-5069.
[18]
Bosona, T., et al., Box-Scheme Based Delivery System of Locally Produced Organic Food: Evaluation of Logistics Performance. Journal of Service Science and Management, 2011. 04 (03): p. 357-367.
[19]
Helo, P. and H. Ala-Harja, Green logistics in food distribution – a case study. International Journal of Logistics Research and Applications, 2018. 21 (4): p. 464-479.
[20]
Chen, Z., J. Dong, and R. Ren, Urban underground logistics system in China: Opportunities or challenges? Underground Space, 2017. 2 (3): p. 195-208.
[21]
Bollen, A. F., C. P. Riden, and N. R. Cox, Agricultural supply system traceability, Part I: Role of packing procedures and effects of fruit mixing. Biosystems Engineering, 2007. 98 (4): p. 391-400.
[22]
Riden, C. P. and A. F. Bollen, Agricultural supply system traceability, Part II: Implications of packhouse processing transformations. Biosystems Engineering, 2007. 98 (4): p. 401-410.
[23]
Donnelly, K. A.-M., K. M. Karlsen, and P. Olsen, The importance of transformations for traceability – A case study of lamb and lamb products. Meat Science, 2009. 83 (1): p. 68-73.
[24]
Dupuy, C., V. Botta-Genoulaz, and A. Guinet, Batch dispersion model to optimise traceability in food industry. Journal of Food Engineering, 2005. 70 (3): p. 333-339.
[25]
Karlsen, K. M., K. A. M. Donnelly, and P. Olsen, Granularity and its importance for traceability in a farmed salmon supply chain. Journal of Food Engineering, 2011. 102 (1): p. 1-8.
[26]
Li, D., D. Kehoe, and P. Drake, Dynamic planning with a wireless product identification technology in food supply chains. The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, 2006. 30 (9): p. 938-944.
[27]
Mgonja, J. T., P. Luning, and J. G. A. J. Van der Vorst, Diagnostic model for assessing traceability system performance in fish processing plants. Journal of Food Engineering, 2013. 118 (2): p. 188-197.
[28]
Tyagi, M., P. Kumar, and D. Kumar, Assessment of CSR based supply chain performance system using an integrated fuzzy AHP-TOPSIS approach. International Journal of Logistics Research and Applications, 2018. 21 (4): p. 378-406.
[29]
Saltini, R. and R. Akkerman, Testing improvements in the chocolate traceability system: Impact on product recalls and production efficiency. Food Control, 2012. 23 (1): p. 221-226.
[30]
Tamayo, S., T. Monteiro, and N. Sauer, Deliveries optimization by exploiting production traceability information. Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence, 2009. 22 (4): p. 557-568.
[31]
Carlucci, F., et al., Logistics and land use planning: An application of the ACIT indicator in European port regions. Land Use Policy, 2018. 75: p. 60-69.
[32]
van der Vorst, J., S.-O. Tromp, and D.-J.v.d. Zee, Simulation modelling for food supply chain redesign; integrated decision making on product quality, sustainability and logistics. International Journal of Production Research, 2009. 47 (23): p. 6611-6631.
[33]
Bottani, E., A. Rizzi, and G. Vignali, Improving logistics efficiency of industrial districts: a framework and case study in the food sector. International Journal of Logistics Research and Applications, 2014. 18 (5): p. 402-423.
[34]
Bosona, T. G. and G. Gebresenbet, Cluster building and logistics network integration of local food supply chain. Biosystems Engineering, 2011. 108 (4): p. 293-302.
[35]
Prosekov, A. Y. and S. A. Ivanova, Food security: The challenge of the present. Geoforum, 2018. 91: p. 73-77.
[36]
Soysal, M., J. M. Bloemhof-Ruwaard, and J. G. A. J. van der Vorst, Modelling food logistics networks with emission considerations: The case of an international beef supply chain. International Journal of Production Economics, 2014. 152: p. 57-70.
[37]
Zhu, Z., et al., Recent advances and opportunities in sustainable food supply chain: a model-oriented review. International Journal of Production Research, 2018: p. 1-23.
[38]
Zhang, L., et al., Consumer trust in different food provisioning schemes: evidence from Beijing, China. Journal of Cleaner Production, 2016. 134: p. 269-279.
[39]
Zhang, M., et al., The third-party regulation on food safety in China: A review. Journal of Integrative Agriculture, 2015. 14 (11): p. 2176-2188.
[40]
Borodin, V., et al., Handling uncertainty in agricultural supply chain management: A state of the art. European Journal of Operational Research, 2016. 254 (2): p. 348-359.
[41]
Garza-Reyes, J. A., et al., Lean and green in the transport and logistics sector – a case study of simultaneous deployment. Production Planning & Control, 2016. 27 (15): p. 1221-1232.
[42]
Wang, Y., et al., Cooperation and profit allocation in two-echelon logistics joint distribution network optimization. Applied Soft Computing, 2017. 56: p. 143-157.
[43]
Yang, Q., et al., Improving logistics outsourcing performance through transactional and relational mechanisms under transaction uncertainties: Evidence from China. International Journal of Production Economics, 2016. 175: p. 12-23.
[44]
Zhao, H., et al., An overview of current status of cold chain in China. International Journal of Refrigeration, 2018. 88: p. 483-495.
[45]
Sureeyatanapas, P., P. Poophiukhok, and S. Pathumnakul, Green initiatives for logistics service providers: An investigation of antecedent factors and the contributions to corporate goals. Journal of Cleaner Production, 2018. 191: p. 1-14.
[46]
Wu, X., et al., Challenges to improve the safety of dairy products in China. Trends in Food Science & Technology, 2018. 76: p. 6-14.
[47]
Racicot, M., et al., Quantifying the impact of food safety criteria included in the Canadian Food Inspection Agency risk assessment model for food establishments through Expert Elicitation. Food Control, 2018. 92: p. 450-463.
Open Science Scholarly Journals
Open Science is a peer-reviewed platform, the journals of which cover a wide range of academic disciplines and serve the world's research and scholarly communities. Upon acceptance, Open Science Journals will be immediately and permanently free for everyone to read and download.
CONTACT US
Office Address:
228 Park Ave., S#45956, New York, NY 10003
Phone: +(001)(347)535 0661
E-mail:
LET'S GET IN TOUCH
Name
E-mail
Subject
Message
SEND MASSAGE
Copyright © 2013-, Open Science Publishers - All Rights Reserved