Section I: Functions of food retailing and distribution
2. The role of merchandising in food retailing
3. Pricing decisions
4. Supply chain management and logistics in food retailing
Section II: The role of place in food retailing and distribution
5. Rural food retailing provision
6. Food retailing in secondary shopping areas
7. The role of food retailing in urban regeneration and place management
8. Relationship between food retailers and diet and health issues
Section III: Multichannel and omnichannel approaches to food retailing and distribution
9. Omnichannel approaches to food retailing and distribution
10. Going online with artisan food products
11. Online grocery retailing opportunities and challenges
Section IV: Perspectives on food retailing and distribution in the developing world
12. Independent food retailing in the developing world
13. Market entry opportunities for grocery retailers in China
14. Difficulties in global grocery retail
15. Logistical and supply chain management challenges for food retailing in the developing world
Case Studies in Food Retailing and Distribution: A volume in the Consumer Science and Strategic Marketing series, aims to close the gap between academic researchers and industry professionals through real-world scenarios and field-based research. The book explores how consumer science has been implemented in the food retail industry to achieve strategic goals, including a further understanding of the value of merchandising in food retail, the marketing and distribution of food produce in an increasingly digital world, and how to manage the difficulties of international food retail, amongst many other topics.
Through the presentation of case studies, successful examples and best practices, both current and future professionals in the food business will gain insights that can be used in a business environment.
- Addresses business problems in in food retail and distribution
- Includes pricing and supply chain management
- Discusses food retailing in urban and rural settings
- Covers both global distribution and entry in developing nations
- Features real-world case studies that demonstrate what does and does not
Marketing, Communication, R&D managers in the food sector. Academics in the in the food business, agribusiness and consumer science courses. Postgraduate and undergraduate students attending business schools, faculties of agriculture and degree courses in food science. Entrepreneurs and Managers of SMEs in the food sector
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- © Woodhead Publishing 2019
- 1st October 2018
- Woodhead Publishing
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John has been senior lecturer in marketing Manchester Business School since 2012. He is also Programme Director of the School’s BSc (Hons) Management degree which is delivered in Singapore in collaboration with the Singapore Institute of Management (SIM). From 2005-2012 he was at the University of Tasmania, Australia. His time in Tasmania included a period as Head of the School of Management (2009-2011).
His research focusses on geography and marketing, John’s research interests are concerned with the relationships that exist between organisations/consumers and their broader environments. The context for much of this research has been the retail sector and includes extensive studies of the retail and distribution of food produce.
He has published over 75 refereed journal articles and numerous conference papers and book chapters. From its foundation in 2008 until 2015 he was Academic Editor of the Journal of Place Management and Development, which is ranked in the top decile for Business and International Management, Urban Studies, and Geography, Planning and Development in the SCImago Journal Rankings.
Senior Lecturer in Marketing, University of Manchester Business School, Manchester, UK
Professor Dominic Medway is an international authority on place marketing and management. His original work in this area began in the mid-1990s when he was part of a team of academics looking at the emergent topic of town centre management within the UK. His work has since continued to examine the complex interactions between places, spaces, and those who produce, manage and consume them, reflecting his academic background in geography. Recently completed studies have addressed issues such as stakeholder interaction in urban place partnerships, how litter affects people’s perceptions of space and crime, and the potential role of smell in the marketing of places. Dominic is the Academic Editor of the Journal of Place Management and Development, ranked 9th out of 122 Urban Studies journals in Scopus in 2016. His own work can be followed in a number of leading academic journals, including: Environment and Planning A, European Journal of Marketing, Journal of Environmental Psychology, Cities, Industrial Marketing Management, Journal of Business Research, Marketing Theory and Tourism Management.
Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, UK