Collaboration and Sustainable Agri-Food Suply Chain: A Literature Review

  • Prima Dania W
  • Xing K
  • Amer Y
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© Owned by the authors, published by EDP Sciences, 2016. Maintaining collaboration among the entire stages in the agri-food supply chain to achieve sustainability is complex. All the stakeholders involved in the activities have to prioritize their financial benefits without putting aside social development and environmental responsibilities. Some scholars have paid attention to this topic. The objective of this paper is to review current research on sustainable supply chain and collaboration model in agri-food industry. Sustainability aspects that consist of economic, environment, and social and the model of sustainable supply chain in agri-food industry are analyzed. Moreover, collaboration in sustainable agri-food supply chain management is also studied thoroughly from vertical and horizontal perspectives. The result shows that there are few studies focusing on the integrated collaboration to achieve sustainable supply chain system. Additionally, not all sustainable aspects are covered thoroughly. The scholars pays more attention to economic and environmental aspects than social aspects. Furthermore, some studies only focus on one type of collaboration in sustainable agri-food supply chain. Often, these studies do not even consider all elements in the triple bottom line.




Prima Dania, W. A., Xing, K., & Amer, Y. (2016). Collaboration and Sustainable Agri-Food Suply Chain: A Literature Review. MATEC Web of Conferences, 58, 02004.

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