Perishable foods are traveling through supply chains and a growing rate as changes in agricultural trends and cooking preferences are on shifting. Shippers have to considered a long list of regulatory requirements if they move and store food products. Joe Monaghan, Chairman/CEO of Worldwide Logistics Group (WWL), discussed this topic in his latest article published in Forbes this week.
Monaghan offered his insights on the various types of certifications required to move food and what is looked for in audits and inspections. He also discussed how to prepare for some of the common challenges that can arise so they don’t slow down supply chains.
Read on to learn more about requirements and best practices for moving food cargo here.