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2020 | 16 | nr 4 | 475--485
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COVID-19 and the Food Chain? Impacts and Future Research Trends

Warianty tytułu
COVID-19 a łańcuch dostaw żywności? Zależności i przyszłe trendy badań
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Abstrakty
Wstęp: W ujęciu historycznym, świat już nieraz doświadczał naturalnych katastrof, które miały wpływ w różnym nasileniu na biznes oraz społeczeństwo. COVID-19 (C19) spowodował istotny szok dla systemu oraz przypomniał o kruchości i wrażliwości łańcuchów dostaw żywności. Pandemia wywarła istotny wpływ w szczególności na tą część ogólnego łańcucha dostaw. Wiele przedsiębiorstw produkujących żywność musiało zmienił sposób swojej działalności lub czasowo ją przerwać. Lockdown, ograniczenia w podróżowaniu, zamknięcie części działalności gospodarczej i kwarantanna doprowadziły do strukturalnych zmian w produktywności ekonomii i wpłynęły na zarówno psychiczne zdrowie jak i poziom zamożności obywateli. Metody: W pracy zaprezentowany jest krytyczny przegląd literatury dotyczącej wpływu C19 na łańcuch dostaw żywności. Dane zostały zebrane na podstawie przeglądu artykułów prasowych z wiodących baz naukowych (np. Scopus), książek, rozdziałów, materiałów konferencyjnych, raportów oraz różnych stron internetowych. Przy wyszukiwaniu tych prac, słowami kluczowymi były słowa: "COVIS-19" oraz "żywność". Wyniki i wnioski: Uzyskane wyniki badań sugerują, że pandemia C19 jest niespotykanym wyzwaniem dla łańcuchów dostaw żywności. C19 spowodował obniżenie bezpieczeństwa łańcucha dostaw żywności, zwiększył koszty logistyki i radykalnie zmienił upodobania konsumentów. Jak pozytywny efekt, pandemia zwiększyła świadomość marnotrawstwa żywności i istotność niezależności produkcji żywności. Zostały opracowane propozycje dalszych kierunków badań naukowych w tym obszarze. Pokreślono potrzebę tych badań oraz rozpracowanie wpływu C19 na łańcuch dostaw żywności w kontekście zarządzania łańcuchem dostaw(abstrakt oryginalny)
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Background: Throughout history, the world has witnessed natural disasters affecting businesses and societies with varying degrees of disruption. COVID-19 (henceforth C19) constituted a significant system shock and a stark reminder of the fragility and sensitive nature of supply chains. The pandemic has exerted considerable societal and economic pressure and has had an adverse impact on food supply chains in particular. Many food processing operations were forced to alter activities or close temporarily due to outbreaks. Societal lockdowns, travel restrictions, business closures and quarantine have led to structural changes in the productivity of economies and impacted the mental health and financial wellbeing of citizens. Methods: We present a critical review of the literature to explore the impact of C19 on the food supply chain. We collected data from journal articles retrieved from a leading scientific database (i.e., Scopus), books, chapters, conference proceedings, reports, and a variety of Internet websites. For the literature search, we used the following words; "COVID- 19" and "food". Results and conclusions: The findings of the review suggest that the C19 pandemic poses unprecedented challenges for food supply chains. We reveal that C19 has raised food insecurity and food safety concerns, increased supply chain and logistics costs and radically changed consumer behavior. On the positive side, the pandemic has improved awareness of food waste and the importance of self-grown foods. We generated nine research propositions to foster future academic research. Our study also highlighted the need to advance this literature and calls for increased attention from the supply chain management and logistics community to further analyse and quantify the impact of C19 on the food chain(original abstract)
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Rocznik
Tom
16
Numer
Strony
475--485
Opis fizyczny
Twórcy
  • Széchenyi István University, Győr, Hungary
autor
  • Higher Institute of Computer Science, Ariana, Tunisia
  • Henley Business School, University of Reading, UK
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