Supply chain costs 'biggest challenge for food producers'

28 February 2017

Logistics will be a major challenge for the GCC food sector as consumption rises, according to a report.

Food consumption is expected to grow by around 4.2% per year between now and 2021, expanding from 48.1m megatonnes in 2016 to 59.2m megatonnes in 2021.

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