Today's fresh-obsessed society puts an increased emphasis on replenishing fresher, more interesting grab-and-go offerings at grocers and convenience stores. Experts estimate this trend toward fresh foods will grow at a compound annual rate of 14.39 percent through 2019.
To meet this growing consumer demand, transportation providers must guarantee deliveries will be on time, with built-in flexibility to respond when volumes spike. Maintaining cold-chain integrity is vital to the safe transport of fresh foods. It helps to eliminate the incidence of food-borne illness and contamination, and provides a longer shelf life for products.
Such a delicate dance of getting fresh foods where they need to go, when they need to get there and under the perfect conditions may seem daunting, but a solution exists. Achieving near-perfect efficiency "is all about process, procedure and reliability," says Tom Scollard, Vice President of Dedicated Contract Carriage for Penske Logistics. "Leveraging the right level of technology is key to creating efficiencies."
This free white paper will walk you through numerous steps and ideas that can help you keep fresh food fresh, including:
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