Development of a "Decision Support Tool", using minced pork meat as a model

J. Kreyenschmidt, S. Aabo, P. van Beek, B.B. Christensen, I. Kostov, Th. Lettmann, B.E. Petersen, R. Stamminger

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Abstract

The most important planning issue concerning fresh and safe food is the determination of shelf-life. Shelf-life indirectly correlates with the cooling-effort and sojourn time in each distribution-step. The integrative character with respect to shelf life, food safety and economy of a ¿Decision Support Tool¿ will support activities in fresh food supply chains by considering shelf life as an instrument to generate more added value and food safety. A ¿Decision Support Tool¿ will deliver every participant of the supply-chain information how to distribute their efforts with respect to cooling-processes and reduction of sojourn time of the fresh food in the production-distribution chain
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2006

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