Abdulaziz Aljoghaiman Assistant Professor, Department of Management, College of Business Administration, King Faisal University, Al-Ahsa 31982, Saudi Arabia.
Email: aaljughiman@kfu.edu.sa


This study investigates the correlation between sustainable supply chain management (SSCM) and food security, alongside exploring the impact of green logistics management (GLM) on food security. Additionally, it considers food safety knowledge and green logistics management as moderating variables in the relationship between sustainable supply chain management and food security. This study gathered data from 169 individuals, including farmers and employees from different departments in food supply chain industry in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia. To fulfil its objectives, the research utilized STATA software with a structural equation modelling (SEM) approach. The research results indicate a strong connection between sustainable supply chain management practices and individuals' food security. The study's findings show a strong connection between green logistics management and individuals' food security. Additionally, research results verified that the connection between sustainable supply chain management and individuals' food security is influenced by both food safety awareness and green logistics management.  This study explores the impact of sustainability initiatives on food security in Saudi Arabia's supply chain industry. It highlights the importance of integrating sustainability into supply chain management to enhance food security, with implications for sustainable development stakeholders, professionals, and authorities.

Keywords:Sustainable Supply Chain Management, Green Logistics Management, Food Safety Knowledge, Food Security, Food Industry.