EFR

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AcronymDefinition
EFREarly Failure Rate (reliability)
EFREmergency First Response/Responder
EFREnhanced Full Rate
EFRExternal Fault Relay
EFREnd Function Review
EFRExchange for Risk (sales)
EFRExperimental Forests and Ranges (USDA)
EFRExplorations Fonctionnelles Respiratoires (French: Pulmonary Function Testing)
EFREnvelope Following Response
EFRÉcole Française de Rome (French: French School of Rome; Rome, Italy)
EFREmerging Flux Region
EFREastern Frontier Rifles (India)
EFREnvironmental Flow Requirement
EFREfficient Foodservice Response (initiative)
EFREosinophilic Fungal Rhinosinusitis
EFRÉcole de Formation Routière (French: Road Training School)
EFREmployee & Family Resources
EFREngineering Factual Report
EFREarly Ford Registry (1903-1909)
EFREmergency Fire Response (gaming)
EFREuropean Fast Reactor (reprocessing of spent nuclear fuels)
EFREntreprise de Filetage Roulé (French: Thread Wrap Company)
EFREnvironmental Field Report (Canada)
EFREuropean Furnace Ropion (French furnace company)
EFREmergency Food Ration
EFREducational Foundations and Research (University of North Dakota)
EFREastside Fire Rescue (Washington)
EFREcole Familiale Rurale (French: Rural Family School)
EFRExhaust Fuel Ratio
EFRExtended Focus Range (Leupold rifle scope)
EFRExpiratory Flow Rate (pulmonary function testing)
EFRElectronic Food Records (initiative)
EFREffective Resolution
EFRExtended Flight Rules
EFRExtended Frequency Range
EFREquity Fund Raising
EFREuropean Financial Roundtable
EFREagle First Responder
EFREquipment Facility Requirement
EFRElite Fighting Revolution (Northern Ireland, UK)
EFREquipment Failure Report
EFREngine Firing Rate
EFRElectronic Failure Report
EFRExternal Function Request
EFRExpect Further Routing
EFREngineering Facility Requirement
EFRExpatriate Failure Rate
EFREnvironment Flow Releases
EFRExtracorporeal Flow Rate
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Bar code use in foodservice industry Percentage of use 1999 54% 2000 61% 2001 69% 2002 72% 2003 77% Source: Efficient Foodservice Response (EFR) Note: Table made from line graph.
An annual study by Efficient Foodservice Response (EFR) canvassed six foodservice distribution facilities and found that only 77 percent of cases carried bar codes.
food and beverage industry, efficient foodservice response (EFR) is an attempt to continuously improve efficiencies in the foodservice supply chain by linking manufacturing plants to distribution warehouses and foodservice organizations (e.g.
Thanks to initiatives such as Efficient Foodservice Response (EFR), alternately described as a philosophy or committee devoted to improving efficiencies in the foodservice supply chain, the foodservice industry is linking manufacturing plants to distribution warehouses to operator tables.
The foodservice industry's use of bar codes on cases and inner packs increased significantly in 2001, according to a new survey conducted by Efficient Foodservice Response (EFR).
The 2nd Annual Efficient Foodservice Response (EFR) Conference will give restaurant operators and others in the foodservice supply chain a chance to see how they can improve efficiency.
founding fathers of the efficient foodservice response
Various initiatives aimed at removing waste and creating a seamless, low-cost supply chain are already under way in the industry (such as the Efficient Foodservice Response).
The Efficient Foodservice Response (EFR) project, Falls Church, Va., aims to have 100% of foodservice cases bar coded by 2002.
In today's food industry, the Efficient Consumer Response (ECR) and Efficient Foodservice Response (EFR) initiatives are fostering cooperation among food manufacturers, distributors and retailers, helping to re-engineer the industry by reducing waste and increasing efficiency throughout the supply chain.
Concerned about these conditions, a group of foodservice industry executives contracted with the Hale Group, Danvers, Mass., to coordinate the development of an efficient foodservice response (EFR) initiative.
The Efficient Foodservice Response (EFR), Washington, D.C., is conducting a study on the benefits of c-commerce in product and price data synchronization in the foodservice industry.
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