Blockchain in Food Safety

Blockchain makes it possible to quickly trace food products to their source for enhanced food authenticity and safety.

I’ll only eat blockchain cereal with a food safety label on the box

With the recent announcement of blockchain being used to improve consumer confidence in food safety, you may see another label join the growing list on your favorite box of cereal or carton of ice cream. Organic, non-GMO, fair trade and more Have you noticed that more and more food products have “USDA organic” or “Non-GMO […]

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Improving confidence in food safety with IBM Blockchain

The spinach on the grocery store shelf is bright green and looks delicious, but how do you know it is actually safe for you to eat? What if your retailer could see and validate with certainty where that spinach was grown, handled, stored and inspected, as well as every stop it made on its journey […]

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Top learnings about blockchain for supply chain at Distributed: Trade

What if you could transfer funds to your business partner in another country in real time, without having to worry about fraud or settlement delays? What if you could track a mango back to the grower in a couple of seconds, as well as see every stop it’s made on the supply chain between the […]

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The food industry gets an upgrade with blockchain

Food is vital to life — what we often don’t realize is that food, which provides our nourishment, can be harmful — harmful to people and harmful to the environment. Costs associated with foodborne illness alone range from $55 – 93 billion in just the United States, and that is after one-third of the food […]

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Blockchain and food safety at the CGF Global Summit

In Monty Python’s Flying Circus, Michael Palin said, “All I ask of food is that it doesn’t harm me.” It seems like an easy request to fulfill, but that isn’t always the case. While food is one of the most basic requirements of human survival, contaminated foods cause sickness — or even worse. What if […]

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Leveraging blockchain to improve food supply chain traceability

Food supply chain tracking and authentication, to truly understand provenance, is critical to finding and helping to address sources of contamination in the food supply chain worldwide. In October, Walmart, IBM and Tsinghua University signed an agreement to explore food supply chain traceability and authenticity using blockchain technology. The project comes as Walmart announced its new […]

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Security, food safety and cognitive with blockchain

At IBM World of Watson this week, Silicon ANGLE’s theCUBE sat down with Shyam Nagarajan, Director of Worldwide Sales for Blockchain, to discuss some hot topics surrounding this emerging technology including security, food safety & cognitive applications. With blockchain coming to the forefront of the industry and the next era of transactional processing, many companies are starting […]

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