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Impact of Different Factors on Profit of Perishable Food Supply Chain

Nilima N. Puranik
Amolakchand Mahavidyalaya, Yavatmal Email id: nilunarayan@yahoo.co.in
Online First: January 27, 2018
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Abstract

The aim of this paper is to present a case in application of fuzzy logic to the study of  impact of different factors on profit of producer, whole seller and retailer, in the case of marketing of perishable agricultural  produces. A scenario in perishable food supply chain management modelling and optimisation approach focusing on loss minimization along supply chain is presented based on real market data treated with analysis based on fuzzy logic.           

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1. V. Vorst, "Effective Food Supply Chains: Generating, Modeling and Evaluating Supply Chain Scenarios," Wageningen University, Germany, 2000. 2. Ahumada and J. R. Villalobos, "Application of planning models in the agri-food supply chain: A review," 2009. 3. A. Aramyan, C. Ondersteijn, "performance indicators in agri-food production chains.," pp. 49-66, 2006. 4. D. Monteiro, Theoretical and empirical analysis of the economics of traceability adoption in food supply chains., USA: University of Massachusetts, 2007. 5. D. Kaipia and L.Iskra, "Creating sustainable fresh food supply chains through waste reduction," vol. 43, 2012. 6. Salin, "Information Technology in Agri-Food Supply Chains," vol. 1, no. 3, 1998. 7. Scenario in Perishable food supply chain Year 2015 Proceding of Allana Institute of Science By Dr. Nilima Puranik 8. J. Bruinsma, "The resource outlook to 2050: by how much do land, water and crop yields need to increase by 2050?," FAO, Rome, 2009
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1. V. Vorst, "Effective Food Supply Chains: Generating, Modeling and Evaluating Supply Chain Scenarios," Wageningen University, Germany, 2000.
2. Ahumada and J. R. Villalobos, "Application of planning models in the agri-food supply chain: A review," 2009.
3. A. Aramyan, C. Ondersteijn, "performance indicators in agri-food production chains.," pp. 49-66, 2006.
4. D. Monteiro, Theoretical and empirical analysis of the economics of traceability adoption in food supply chains., USA: University of Massachusetts, 2007.
5. D. Kaipia and L.Iskra, "Creating sustainable fresh food supply chains through waste reduction," vol. 43, 2012.
6. Salin, "Information Technology in Agri-Food Supply Chains," vol. 1, no. 3, 1998.
7. Scenario in Perishable food supply chain Year 2015 Proceding of Allana Institute of Science By Dr. Nilima Puranik
8. J. Bruinsma, "The resource outlook to 2050: by how much do land, water and crop yields need to increase by 2050?," FAO, Rome, 2009
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