In this blog, I would like to share with you a case story video showcasing how blockchain technology can be used to improve conditions for the entire value chain within the coffee industry.
IBM Food Trust and Farmer Connect have teamed up to connect coffee farmers and consumers through the use of blockchain. With the solution, the morning coffee you drink will be associated with more accountability than ever before. Thus, you can be confident that the producers are paid fairly for their work and that the distribution of the coffee beans is sustainable.
But the benefits don’t stop there. In the video below, you can see all the features that all together have the potential to transform the supply chain of coffee – and make it better for society in the future.
Farmer Connect and IBM – Transforming the coffee industry with blockchain:
What you have just seen is just one use-case example of the extraordinary benefits blockchain offers. Many forward-thinking companies – around the world – are transforming blockchain’s promise into bottom-line business results. At ibm.com/blockchain, you can learn a lot more about the benefits of incorporating the technology across disciplines, industries, countries, and cultures.
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