1850 Coffee® and Farmer Connect will bring coffee lovers and producers closer together using IBM Blockchain technology

Build a next-generation supply chain with blockchain

Sharing data is good for business — and sharing data on a blockchain platform is even better. You decide who can see your data. Create an immutable, distributed, and shared ledger to transact with your supply chain partners in a more trusted and efficient way. In a world where speed, accuracy, and connectivity define optimal supply chains, blockchain is essential.

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Unleash the full power of your data

With IBM Blockchain Transparent Supply, you can leverage end-to-end and real-time visibility for a more resilient, nimble, and responsive supply chain. Deepen consumer engagement, manage your inventory dynamically, and reduce inefficiencies.

Ensure provenance and quality to build a trusted brand

Authenticate the origin of products and demonstrate brand differentiators to consumers by enabling them to learn about an item’s production journey via a permissioned blockchain data.

Improve forecasting with better demand signaling

Trace inventory throughout the supply chain in near real-time and optimize it with automatic replenishment to reduce stock-outs and excess inventory, enhance consignment, and enable dynamic pricing.

Reduce friction within your supply chain

Reduce the administrative costs of handling dispute resolutions, conducting product recalls, demonstrating compliance, and sharing documentation with business partners.

Learn more about networks built on IBM Blockchain Transparent Supply

IBM Food Trust

Over 200 companies in the food ecosystem are sharing data and tracing food’s journey through the value chain.

Farmer Connect

Built for the coffee industry, this blockchain platform connects farmers to consumers and back, in a way that builds shared value and is transforming the industry.

Atea’s Seafood Provenance Network

This blockchain network supports improved transparency, sustainability, and food integrity for the seafood industry.

What will we solve together?

Let’s turn your blockchain strategy into business outcomes that others will want to study.