Trust and transparency to the food we all eat

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Learn how IBM Food Trust makes the world’s food supply more safe, smart and sustainable with blockchain!

IBM Food Trust creates pioneering visibility and accountability in the food supply industry. It is the first network of its kind to connect farmers, processors, distributors, and retailers through shared record of food system data.

In the video below, you can see how blockchain has helped the food industry leaders of Dole and Walmart to increase speed and trust in their supply chain operations:

The collaborative and groundbreaking solution improves the worlds food supply in seven major pillars. You can learn more about each of them by clicking on them to reach their accompanied PDF’s:

Furthermore, make sure to consider About IBM Food Trust if you want to gain more in-depth knowledge on how the solution works.

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