Track: Supply Chain Management
Recently, research in food supply chain management (FSCM) continues to grow, especially in the era of the COVID-19 pandemic, which can change the direction of research. This study presents a bibliometric analysis to develop trends in the FSCM study. Descriptive statistical analysis of the literature review study method using VOSviewer software aims to identify and classify the framework of thinking that explains the problem-solving used in FSCM researchers so that the proposed future research direction can be known. Quantitative data comes from articles indexed by Scopus. The total number of pieces is 238 showing that the University of Wageningen tops the list with seven by publication. Based on the most prolific author, out of a total of 64 authors with at least two documents, the author Iakovou e. topped the rankings with five articles, 208 citations, and a total link strength of 9. By country, China tops the list with 34 publications with 533 medals. In conclusion, the development of the number of publications on Scopus based on the article titled "food supply chain management" during 1997-2021 shows that the number of studies has increased significantly.