Caracterización de las principales cadenas agroalimentarias en Argentina y Brasil
Martínez Rojas, Natalia Camila
Palacio Botero, Natalia
Food demand worldwide is growing every day and its offer is decreasing due to multiple reasons and that is why it is very important to find out the best practices for food’s supply chain to be more efficient and productive not only to reach the largest population as possible but also to improve the stakeholders’ returns. This project aims to analyze the three main food supply chains in Argentina and Brazil in order to determine their current performance, their maturity and their productivity; for achieve this, first we are going to look for information about the topic, then best practices in the three main agricultural products’ supply chains of both countries will be identified, after that, their current performance is going to be analyzed and finally the maturity and productivity of those supply chains will be determined. The methodology used is based basically on the research of information from governmental and official sources from each country in order to gather reliable, accurate and updated information. Those sources will contribute the information which along with our own analysis will allow the accomplishment of the project’s goals. The results of this information have a huge importance because with the investigation best practices will be identified for improve the analysis or identify the bad practices in order to propose business models that enable efficient management of those food supply chains looking for its development and perdurability.