In 2016, the Global Cold Chain Alliance (GCCA) completed a cold chain assessment in Liberia for a project that is supporting agribusiness development. Our partners on this project, Cultivating New Frontiers in Africa (CNFA), have followed up on several of the recommendations, including providing postharvest training and most recently, examining the feasibility of setting up a Postharvest Technology Service Center (PTSC) in the country.
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The World Food Logistics Organization (WFLO), the education and research arm of the Global Cold Chain Alliance (GCCA), has collaborated with World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and University of California, Davis on a project exploring the utilization of food on farms and the causes for edible and inedible food being removed from the value chain in the United States.
The project, entitled Maximizing Farm Resources and Edible Food Rescue, will look at four agricultural commodity products across the United States to study postharvest loss and how best to maximize farming resources to minimize that loss. The primary goals of the project are to understand how food is grown and utilized in both fresh and processing markets and to identify what life cycle changes could yield higher profitability to the farmer. The project also aims to explore what utilization or diversion options have the most substantial human and environmental benefits. Continue reading
The annual IACSC Conference & Expo is the only event in the world dedicated to best practices in controlled environment facility construction, design, and maintenance. The event draws over 200 controlled environment facility construction, logistics, and supply chain operations professionals from around the world to gain valuable insight for improving their business. Continue reading
In collaboration with the China Federation of Logistics and Purchasing (CFLP), GCCA hosted the third of four Cold Chain Executive Connections (CCEC) as part of the larger USTDA Cold Chain Standards Project. Held in Shanghai on July 19, the event brought over 50 Chinese cold chain professionals together for a best practices workshop and networking event.