University of Tasmania Conducts Study on Food Supply Chain Resilience

22 March 2023

The vegetable industry has been facing significant challenges, including floods, bushfires, and worker shortages, resulting in substantial losses. Therefore, there is a pressing need to identify measures that can strengthen the industry against future disruptions.

As experts in the vegetable industry, we value your input in improving the industry's resilience. We would like to invite you to participate in our study on "Improving Resilience of Food Supply Chains in Australia." Our research team at the University of Tasmania is conducting this study, covering fresh and processed products. The study aims to identify actions that can enhance the industry's preparedness for disruptions, enable faster responses, and facilitate quicker recoveries.

We understand you are busy, but we believe your contribution to this study is essential. We would be honored if you could share your views by participating in our short survey, which will take less than 15 minutes to complete. The survey is anonymous, and we have provided additional information in the Participant Information Sheet, which you can access via the link on the survey page.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us on behalf of the research team. We appreciate your time and expertise and hope you will consider participating in our study.

Please click on the following link to access the survey:

Thank you for your consideration.


Dilani Ratnajeewa PhD Student - University of Tasmania

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