مقاله انگلیسی رایگان در مورد مدیریت زباله های غذایی در خرده فروشی – اسپرینگر ۲۰۲۲

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ترجمه عنوان مقاله مدیریت ضایعات مواد غذایی در بخش خرده فروشی: چالش هایی که مانع گذار به اقتصاد چرخشی می شود
عنوان انگلیسی مقاله Food waste management in the retail sector: challenges that hinder transition to circular economy
انتشار مقاله سال ۲۰۲۲
تعداد صفحات مقاله انگلیسی  ۱۲ صفحه
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مجله / کنفرانس مجله چرخه مواد و مدیریت پسماند – Journal of Material Cycles and Waste Management
دانشگاه Department of Business Administration, Ege University, Turkey
کلمات کلیدی بخش خرده فروشی – مدیریت ضایعات – کل مدلسازی ساختاری تفسیری – ضایعات مواد غذایی
کلمات کلیدی انگلیسی Retail sector – Waste management – Total ınterpretive structural modelling – Food waste
شناسه دیجیتال – doi
https://doi.org/10.1007/s10163-022-01350-8
کد محصول e16586
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Abstract

Introduction

Literature review: FW management in retail sector

Determining challenges to FW management in the retail sector within the framework of circular economy

Methodology

Case study: an example from an emerging economy

Results

Discussion

Managerial and policy ımplications

Conclusion

References

 

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Abstract

     The retail sector is one of the growing sectors all over the world. As the sector grows, the amount of food waste generated increases, and waste management becomes more complicated day by day. The amount of waste produced, especially in the food retail sector, shows how much waste management policies should be planned. However, waste management policies cannot be carried out effectively in the food retail sector, especially in emerging economies. Since waste management is not well planned, it faces many difficulties in recycling activities. For this purpose, the study aims to investigate the challenges encountered in the inability to evaluate food wastes in the retail sector within the framework of circular economy to highlight retailer markets to have effective waste management policies. For this reason, 16 challenges of food waste management were listed, and the relations of these challenges with each other were analyzed with the fuzzy TISM method. As a result of the study, challenges are determined as the most crucial issues for food waste management in the retail sector. As managerial and policy implications, suggestions are made on the necessity of new policies, the usability of Industry 4.0 technologies for the problem, i.e. in the retail sector.

Introduction

     The way to transform the problem of excessive resource use, which negatively afects the whole world, into an economic beneft, depends on the transformation of waste [1], which is seen as a worthless and fnancial burden, into a value added to the environment and economy, in other words, the circular economy (CE) [2, 3]. Moreover, the environmental and economic benefts of the CE are important for a sustainable world [4, 5]. In addition, this issue is one of the core topics of “Sustainable Development Goals” determined by United Nations [3], clearly states that the primary objective is to immediately reduce our ecological footprint by changing the way produced and consumed products and resources to achieve economic growth and sustainable development [6].

     From the food waste (FW) perspective, especially, 1/3 of all food produced worldwide turns into waste [7] instead of contributing to the CE [8]. FW occur throughout the entire supply chain and causes substantial fnancial losses and natural resources waste [9]. Especially, the retail sector is of great importance in reusing and recycling FW [4]. Since the retail sector accounts for an average of one-third of the gross national product worldwide, it also has an impact on many sectors [10]. With globalization, speed, innovation and being smarter have come to the fore in the retail sector and this has caused shortening in the life cycle of the sector [11]. Leader brands of the global retail sector are trying to implement diferent strategies, new technologies [12], intelligent approaches and policies to continue to be in the sector in an intensely competitive environment for FW

Conclusion

     With the globalizing world, FW is increasing day by day, and the intensity of competition in the retail sector is increasing, as in every sector. With the increasing importance of the retail sector, one of the sectors that cause the most FW, pressure on waste management policies and waste prevention is increasing. There are many reasons for the formation of FW in the retail sector, and food retailers are increasingly focusing on fnding sustainable solutions for FW management, especially from environmental aspects. Therefore, the study aims to identify the challenges encountered in the inability to evaluate FWs in the retail sector in an emerging economy with the circular economy point of view as a central contribution. Hence, 16 challenges of FW management were listed and the relations of these challenges with each other were analyzed with the TISM method. With this aim, by determining these challenges, it is aimed to reveal the necessity of fnding solutions to these challenges with new policies and implementations

     As a result of the study, while independent group includes of lack of governmental policies and regulations and lack of awareness in stakeholders, the autonomous group covers lack of knowledge about waste management in the context of CE, high costs for investment and waste management technologies, lack of certifcations of waste collectors, i.e. furthermore, while dependent group covers lack of managerial policies, lack of technical infrastructure in waste collection and recycling in the context of CE, i.e., linkage group includes lack of coordination and cooperation among closed-loop supply chain members. To sum up, as can be seen at the end of the study, challenges arise regarding politics and government, especially in emerging economies.

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