Business plan optimization of cold chains and blue prints for investments

M.P. Montsma, G. Ribbink

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Abstract

In today’s market, imports from South Africa are the primary source for fresh produce. Weekly truckloads of fresh produce are delivered to supermarkets and caterers in Tete. The long travel time decreases the shelf life of the produce. A local supply chain with locally grown produce will provide for a longer shelf life and lower prices. South Africa also commonly suffers from a low harvest, as low as 60% of what is planned. This raises prices for the cost of imported produce and causes inconsistent prices in Mozambique.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationWageningen
PublisherCentre for Development Innovation, Wageningen UR
Number of pages23
Publication statusPublished - 2015

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