Describe how new packaging such as the TEDSBOX may lead to better management of returns in the food and beverage industry

Describe how new packaging such as the TEDSBOX may lead to better management of returns in the food and beverage industry. To see more information about TEDSBOX, see below link.

Link:http://www.tedsbox.com/

Instructions: Your initial post should be at least 250 words. Please respond to at least 2 other students. Responses should be a minimum of 100 words and include direct questions.
Forum postings are required as per APUS policies and are graded events. You can view the Grading Rubric for the Forums in the “Forum Guidelines,…” discussion forum.
Students are required to make at least three (3) postings per week for the current Forum topic. This includes One initial posting responding to the topic and at least two classmate postings that provide evaluation and constructive analysis.
I encourage students to utilize this board to voice your opinions professionally and courteously, while backing up your opinions with facts and or data.
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This discussion helps us better understand the following learning objective:

LO-3 Describe the ethical behavior requirements and issues in handling food and beverage products returned to a manufacturing company and a retail store.

LO-4 Explain procedures and technology to insure safe and healthy foodstuffs within a manufacturing enterprise and a retail business.

LO-5: Describe new container and packaging designs to help eliminate the spoilage factor of food and beverage movement in a reverse logistics operation.

LO-6: Identify emerging trends of problems and potential solutions for reverse logistics management operations within the food and beverage industry.

LO-7: Explain how the economic growth of countries such as China, India, Brazil and Vietnam impacts the global food and beverage industry and global consumers.

LO-8: Describe the best practices in reverse logistics applications in production, sale, returns, and resale and waste management operations in the food and beverage industry.

Instructions: Your initial post should be at least 250 words. Please respond to at least 2 other students initial post. Responses should be a minimum of 100 words and include direct questions.
Forum postings are required as per APUS policies and are graded events. You can view the Grading Rubric for the Forums in the “Forum Guidelines,…” discussion forum.
Students are required to make at least three (3) postings per week for the current Forum topic. This includes One initial posting responding to the topic and at least two classmate postings that provide evaluation and constructive analysis.
I encourage students to utilize this board to voice your opinions professionally and courteously, while backing up your opinions with facts and or data.

Initial Post Due: Thursday,11:55 p.m., ET
Responses Due: Sunday, 11:55 p.m., ET

*Only during the first week of class are assignments not due until 11:55 p.m., ET, Sunday. After Week 1, all initial posts will be due Thursday, by 11:55 p.m. ET.

Please review the posted forum grading rubric for expectations for weeks 2 – 8. It is very detailed and can be found as an attachment on the first forum in this course.

RLMT Forum Grading Rubric.pdf

 

Lesson Reading

Going Backwards (GB) – None.

Strategic Planning Models for Reverse and Closed –Loop Supply Chains (SPMR) – None.

Managing Reverse Logistics (MRL) – None.

 

Additional Readings (located in Forum 2 and the resources Folder)

Course Guide:

http://apus.libguides.com/er.php?course_id=12408

Case Study

– 04993 (Food Service & Beverage Industry, Waste and Recycling Tips)

04993.pdf

Watch the TEDSBOX video.  Link: http://youtu.be/HFUrE9IDnIc

Link: http://www.tedsbox.com/

Reverse Logistics Association                http://www.reverselogisticstrends.com/

Packaging Digest       http://www.packagingdigest.com/

IOPP                        http://www.iopp.org/i4a/pages/index.cfm?pageid=1

 

 

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