William H. Sperber

The global food supply chain is a vast network through which millions of tons of food commodities, ingredients, and finished products move each year among most countries of the world. Today it is common for a packaged consumer food product manufactured in one country to contain ingredients from dozens of countries. The commerce in food materials fosters economic growth in developing countries and provides a dependable long-term global supply of foodstuffs, including perishable foods that are gro…

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