Quality control in food supply chain management: An analytical model and case study of the adulterated milk incident in China
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- Dai, Hongyan & Ge, Ling & Zhou, Weihua, 2015. "A design method for supply chain traceability systems with aligned interests," International Journal of Production Economics, Elsevier, vol. 170(PA), pages 14-24.
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KeywordsFood supply chain; Quality control; Supply chain design; Corporate social responsibility; Case studies;
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