Subject: Management. Industrial management | HD28-70 | supply chain risk; risk management; risk assessment; case study
Today, the food sector is one of the sectors most vulnerable to intentional contamination by debilitating agents [ 1 ]. Some cases of contaminated food have indicated that product quality risk is one of the vulnerabilities in the global supply chain. A series of company... View more
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