Transportation, Delivery, and Distribution Networks
How do the logistics of distribution affect the availability of food throughout a system? Is the same food available everywhere, or does do it vary with distance from the farm or city? What are the physical means by which food travels from farm to fork?
Distribution can be used to mean
- Sale of goods (e.g. to consumers or retailers)
- Physical delivery of individual shipments
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